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Great Lakes Environmental Calendar
July 2009

 

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June 29 - July 1, 2009
AWRA 2009 Summer Specialty Conference: Adaptive Management of Water Resources II

Snowbird, Utah
This conference will include discussions on lessons learned plus new technologies, methods and information that have become available since our last gathering. Most importantly we will look forward to see what opportunities and challenges are before us and how they can be met utilizing adaptive management principles and tools for water and natural resources systems.
Contact: Gerald Sehlke
E-mail: Gerald.Sehlke@inl.gov

July 11-15, 2009
Soil and Water Conservation Society 2009 Annual Conference

Dearborn, Michigan
The Soil and Water Conservation Society’s 2009 Annual Conference includes workshops, concurrent sessions, symposia, posters, plenary sessions, and technical tours designed to raise the awareness of conference participants to recent developments in the science and art of natural resource conservation and environmental management on working land.
Contact: Daniel F. Kesselring
E-mail: DFKesselring@aol.com

July 19-23, 2009
Coastal Zone 09

Boston, Massachusetts
Our coastal and ocean landscape is changing, whether it's the climate, shoreline, habitat, or even the people setting and implementing policy. Join us for Coastal Zone 09 as we explore the many facets of change and share tools and information to help in managing our changing coastal and ocean resources.
Contact: Gale Peek
Phone: 843-740-1231
E-mail: Gale.Peek@noaa.gov

July 20-24, 2009
3rd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration

Los Angeles, California
Large scale ecosystem restorations including the Chesapeake Bay, Coastal Louisiana, Everglades, Great Lakes, Lower Colorado, Columbia, Snake, Mississippi and Missouri River Basins, Puget Sound, and San Francisco Bay and Delta will be highlighted in interactive panel discussions.
Contact: Ms. Beth Miller-Tipton
Phone: 352-392-5930
E-mail: bmt@ufl.edu


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