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Registration: NAEP 2023

Online registration is now closed for the NAEP 2023 Conference & Training Symposium. Onsite registration will be available.

Prices and information are listed below and don't forget to review our frequently asked questions and in-person event policies before registering. We can't wait to see you in Phoenix, Arizona, May 7-10, 2023. 

Conference | NEPA Workshops | Ticketed Events

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Rates | Full Conference:

Registration includes all sessions and receptions for the conference May 8-10


Early Bird
(Ends on March 10)

(ends April 28)

NAEP Member*  $625  $725 $825 
NAEP Government Member* $525   $625 $725 
NAEP Student Member* $205   $230 $255 
Non-Member $725   $825 $925 
Non-Member Government $625   $725 $825 

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Rates | One Day Only

Registration includes all sessions and receptions for the day selected

Registration Type Early Bird
(Ends on March 10)

(ends April 28)

NAEP Member $325 $375 $425
NAEP Government Member $275 $325 $375
NAEP Student Member $165 $180 $195
Non-Member $425 $475 $525
Non-Member Government $375 $425 $475

Rates | 
NEPA Workshops: 

NEPA Workshops are not included in the conference rate and require an additional registration fee
Sunday, May 07, 2023 | NEPA Essentials
Thursday, May 11, 2023 | NEPA Advanced

Registration Type Rate
NAEP Member $250
NAEP Government Member $250
Non-Member $350
Non-Member Government $300

  *Learn more about the NEPA Workshops

Rates | Ticketed Events

Event Rate

Park of Four Waters Archaeological Tour
Sunday, May 7 | 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM


The Park of the Four Waters is located at the Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park where visitors can stand among and learn about the centuries-old irrigation canals and massive earthworks that are some of the rare, remaining examples of the Hohokam’s (Ancestral Sonoran Desert People) exceptional architecture and engineering skills. The tour takes you on a short walk through an undeveloped, natural desert, not normally open to the public to see an ancient irrigation system in the heart of Phoenix. There are no improved paths, and the tour is not ADA accessible. Visitors should dress for the weather and bring a bottle of water.

Liberty Wildlife Tour
Wednesday, May 10 | 8:30 - 11:00 AM


Liberty Wildlife is dedicated to nurturing the nature of Arizona through conservation, education, wildlife rehabilitation, and sustainability.  Liberty Wildlife specializes in the care of injured orphaned wild animals and assists the state of Arizona with the rehabilitation of native species, specializing in avian, reptile, amphibian, and small mammal species. Although this is a higher-cost tour, some of the funds go to the great work that Liberty Wildlife takes part in. Transportation for this tour is provided and is reflected in the price of $40.

*Session schedule and ticketed events subject to change