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Webinar: A Conversation with Great Lakes Senior Advisor to the EPA Administrator, Cameron Davis


Security & Sustainability Forum – February 12, 2014

Security & Sustainability Forum will host this webinar on A Conversation with Great Lakes Senior Advisor to the EPA Administrator, Cameron Davis will be held on Thursday, February 13, 2014 from 1:15 p.m.-2:15 p.m. EST. Join Edward Saltzberg, Ph.D. when he gets the opportunity to discuss the environmental status of the Great Lakes with Cameron Davis, senior advisor to the EPA Administrator.  In that capacity Cam provides counsel to the Administrator on the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. His job includes coordinating Great Lakes policy and funding initiatives with more than a dozen federal agencies and with state, municipal, tribal, business and civic stakeholders. Cam has also served as a lead negotiator on the U.S. negotiating team for the 2012 U.S.-Canada Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.

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Webinar: Climate-sensitive, Insular Ecosystems of the Southeastern U.S.: The State of the Science and a Case Study of Limestone Cedar Glades in the Central Basin of Tennessee


NCCWSC – February 19, 2014

The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center is partnering with the National Conservation Training Center to offer the "NCCWSC Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series". As part of the series this webinar, Climate-sensitive, Insular Ecosystems of the Southeastern U.S.: The State of the Science and a Case Study of Limestone Cedar Glades in the Central Basin of Tennessee, will be held on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. For more information, click here.

 
Webcast: EPA Watershed Academy Seminar


EPA – January 14, 2014

EPA's Watershed Academy is pleased to sponsor its 81st free Webcast Seminar on Tuesday January 14, 2014 from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. EST on Planning for Green Infrastructure at the Landscape Scale – A Case Study of New York. Green infrastructure in the context of landscapes is the interconnected natural systems and ecological processes that provide clean water, clean air, and critical wildlife habitat. This webcast will help states and local governments understand the importance of planning to protect GI landscapes by using a strategic land­scape approach to open-space conservation. By using this approach, local communities, landowners, and organizations work together to identify, design, and conserve their local land network, and the multiple ecological and economic benefits it provides. A GI plan entails assessing an area's existing natural assets to determine the greatest priorities for protection and resto­ration, along with implementation strategies. For more information, click here or to register, click here.

 
ASWM Members' Webinar: Living Shorelines


ASWM – January 29, 2014

ASWM will hold a Members' webinar: Living Shorelines on January 29, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. Presented by will be Kevin Du Bois, Environmental Engineer, City of Norfolk, VA. For more information, click here.

 
Webinar: Implementation of a Basin-Wide Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring Program


Sustain Our Great Lakes – January 29, 2014

Sustain Our Great Lakes will hold a webinar on Implementation of a Basin-Wide Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring Program on January 29, 2014 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST. The Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands Consortium was formed in 2000 to develop a basin‐wide monitoring plan to assess the status and trends of coastal wetland ecosystem health. The plan was finalized in 2008 and implementation began in 2011 as part of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. During the first 5-year cycle (2011–2015), data on vegetation, invertebrates, fish, amphibians, birds, and water quality are being collected at over 1,000 coastal wetlands across the Great Lakes basin using standardized protocols. Information collected by the monitoring program is being used by federal, state, tribal and local government agencies as well as non-governmental organizations to evaluate the success of current wetland restoration projects. Data are also being used to prioritize future protection and restoration efforts basin-wide. The webinar will provide an overview of the monitoring program and describe several examples of how the data are being used for wetland protection and restoration across the Great Lakes region. Presenters include Don Uzarski, Matthew Cooper, and Valerie Brady. For more information, click here. You can register by clicking here.

 
Webinar: The USA National Phenology Network: Informing Science, Conservation and Resource Management


NCCWSC – January 28, 2014

The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center is partnering with the National Conservation Training Center to offer the "NCCWSC Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series". As part of the series this webinar, The USA National Phenology Network: Informing Science, Conservation and Resource Management, will be held on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. EST. For more information and to register, click here.

 
ASWM Members" Webinar: Arid Land Restoration, Blue Lake Wetlands Project


ASWM – February 26, 2014

The Association of State Wetland Managers will hold a Members' webinar on Arid Land Restoration, Blue Lake Wetlands Project presented by Tom R. Biebighauser, Center for Wetlands and Stream Restoration on February 26, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. EST. For more information, click here.

 
Webinar: A model for landscape integrity in the Great Northern Region


Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative –  February 12, 2014

The Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative will hold a webinar on A model for landscape integrity in the Great Northern Region on February 12, 2014 from 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. EST.  As a public-private partnership, the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative can provide the expertise and landscape context to support conservation planning, implementation, and evaluation through an adaptive management framework. Landscape conservation in the Great Northern region is beyond the scope of any one partner — the Great Northern LCC network of partners provides “functional connectivity” across institutional, jurisdictional, ecological, and technical boundaries. For more information, click here. To register, click here.

 
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