NEW! The Association of Conservation Engineers (ACE) Executive Board is excited to announce that our new online membership portal is active and ready to be used. Please visit the following website to review and update your membership contact information and to make your 2017 dues payment. ACE has invested in this online membership portal to make dues payment and the updating of membership contact information more convenient, easier to maintain and to improve the accuracy of our records. We think that this change will also help to facilitate improved communication with our membership. During the transition phase, we are going to make a concerted effort to make contact with all members.
Association membership is comparatively small, principally because the engineering staffs in so many conservation-recreation agencies are small. We are working toward the goal of having at least one member from every state. We currently have more than 300 members, with sixty-five percent representing recreation-conservation agencies. For more information on becoming a member, please contact us or download the membership forms found at left.
Active members - must be engineers, allied professionals or technicians engaged in the endeavors of conservation engineering.
Associate members - open to persons engaged in similar pursuits as those employed by conservation-recreation agencies, and those who may have special interests in the conservation field.
Student members - for persons enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college or university in a program leading to a degree in engineering or engineering technology. Persons enrolled in programs leading to other degrees may also be eligible if documentation is provided that they intend to work in the field of Conservation Engineering. Student members shall have the right to participate in all activities of the Association except the right to vote and hold office.
Honorary memberships are granted to individuals who have performed a special service to the Association or for an outstanding endeavor.
Life memberships may be earned by active members under certain qualifying conditions such as length of service and retirement.