2022 CONFERENCE

Save the date and make plans to join OWAA in Casper, Wyoming at the Ramkota Hotel, May 21-23, 2022.

Network with other professionals, find opportunities to sell your work and hone your communications skills. Meet with America’s best in outdoor communication and attend seminars on writing, photography, broadcasting, book publishing, technology and more. From national spokespeople to local experts, get the facts and the quotes you need from newsmaker sessions, exhibitor booths or hospitality suites. Breakout day gives you the opportunity for hands-on learning during this half-day offsite event.  Outdoor opportunities abound in the area. Take advantage of pre- and post-conference trips to experience world-classing fishing or mountain biking, hiking, paddling and more. Use these trips to generate story material or build your stock photo files. Or just explore the downtown, craft breweries and local restaurants, nature centers and walking and biking trails to experience the local flavor of Casper.
 

Join us to: 

  • Network with top professionals
  • Get exclusive access to newsmakers and stories critical to conservation and the outdoors
  • Find new markets to sell your work
  • Attend seminars to sharpen your professional skills
  • Meet with America’s best in outdoor communication
  • Demo the latest outdoor gear
  • Hear from editors and industry leaders
  • And much, much more!
For outdoor media, brands, destinations, service providers, conservation organizations and other outdoor professionals, it’s an event not to be missed!
 

About Casper

Casper is home to unmatched opportunities to get outside and enjoy the best of Wyoming’s wide-open spaces. Found in the heart of Wyoming, nestled into the North Platte River Valley, Casper is within 20 minutes of some of the region’s best sightseeing, blue-ribbon fishing, trails for hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing, and more. Nearly 100 miles of multi-use trails crisscross through downtown Casper, up to the top of Casper Mountain, west to Alcova Lake and Fremont Canyon, and right up to the North Platte River banks. In any area around Casper there is a good chance of crossing paths with wildlife. Edness K. Wilkins State Park is home to many rare bird species, Casper Mountain and Muddy Mountain claim to be home to mountain lions, and all over Casper hill sides are antelope, deer, and migratory birds, and the North Platte River is teeming with trout species worth your time and effort. No matter what you do outside in Casper, you’ll be immersed in Wyoming’s fresh air and stunning landscapes, guaranteeing an unforgettable experience.
Three hikers stand on the edge of a rock ledge looking out over a vast wooded landscape
A man fly fishes in a rocky canyon

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