Welcome

The presentations from the NAREA 2014 Workshop on Non-Conventional Oil and Gas Energy are now online (click here to access a list of the presentations).

The Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association (NAREA) will hold its 2014 annual meeting at the Waterfront Place Hotel in Morgantown, WV, from Sunday June 1, 2014 through Tuesday, June 3, 2014. NAREA will sponsor selected paper sessions, symposia, plenary talks, and workshop paper sessions. The post-conference workshop on non-conventional gas energy resources and related issues will be held immediately after  the annual meeting beginning at noon on June 3 and concluding  on June 4 after morning tours of a Marcellus Shale well-pad or other energy-related field trip

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Waterfront Place Hotel for $119 per room plus tax.  Accommodations can be booked online using the NAREA Group Code, 191785. To reserve by phone please call the hotel at 866 STAY-WPH (866 782 – 9974) and ask for the NAREA group Block. Please make hotel reservations as soon as possible. 

The opening reception will be held on Sunday evening (June 1, 2014) at the Waterfront Place Hotel and is free for those registering for the annual meeting. This reception will feature an open wine, beer, and soda bar plus hors d'oeuvres. The annual meeting registration fee is $150 for members, $175 for non-members, $75 for member students and $85 for non-member students prior to May 1, 2014; after this date the registration fee is $200 for members, $225 for non-members, $100 for member students and $110 for non-member students. The registration fee includes the Sunday evening reception and ticket to Monday's Awards Luncheon.

The Local Arrangements Chair for the 2014 NAREA Annual Meeting is Mark Sperow (West Virginia University). The Program Chair is President-Elect Ted Jaenicke (Penn State University). The 2014 NAREA Workshop Chair is Wesley Burnett (West Virginia University). Questions related to annual meeting paper and symposium submission can be directed to Ted Jaenicke. Questions related to local arrangements can be directed to Mark Sperow, while questions related to the workshop can be directed to Wesley Burnett.