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2013 Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Meeting

Meetings are held annually and provide a forum to discuss NEPARC projects, hear presentations on various herp conservation and research activities, network and enjoy the company of like-minded herp enthusiasts, and elect officers.

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Designing Sustainable Landscapes Workshop

The purpose of this project is to assess the capability of current and potential future landscapes in the North Atlantic LCC geographic area to provide integral ecosystems and suitable habitat for wildlife, and provide guidance for strategic habitat conservation decisions.

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Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture Management Board Meeting

This meeting will provide board members with updates on the AMJV staff, administration, and the presentation of a strategic communications plan.

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Ecological Forestry Workshop for US Fish & Wildlife Service

This is an extremely valuable workshop for anyone in any Service program working with forest conservation issues, especially involving Threatened and Endangered and migratory bird species.

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National Joint Venture Communication, Education, and Outreach Meeting

This annual meeting brings together outreach professionals from Joint Ventures throughout the country to discuss and work on national communication products.

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Planning for Growth and Open Space Conservation Webinar Series

Discussion on Federal Landscape Conservation Initiatives with overviews from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Department of Defense.

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Northeast Climate Science Center Fall Colloquium: Translating Climate Science for Resource Managers

What stakeholders need to know about the relationships between water resources and climate change.

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Northeast Region Representative Species Workshop

The Northeast Region is holding six workshops around the region to provide feedback on the Service’s new draft technical guidance for selecting surrogate species.

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The Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Fall Conference

The Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere (SAMAB) will host a conference on the vitality of the Southern Appalachians. Our goal is to present indicators of performance that can be used consistently across Southern Appalachia to support state and local government decisions that impact the natural, human, built, and economic vitality of the region.

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Integrating Natural Resource, Transportation, and Land Use Plans

What steps do you need to develop a comprehensive conservation strategy? How can agencies work together to create and share data for transportation and conservation planning? Find out on the next Eco-Logical Webinar: Integrating Natural Resource, Transportation and Land Use Plans.

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Incorporating Ecosystem Services into Assessments of Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation

Rising sea levels coupled with population growth along coasts make climate adaptation planning an imperative. The framework of ecosystem services can help managers understand how alternative management and climate scenarios are likely to affect a broad range of services delivered to people from coastal ecosystems.

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Private Land Conservation Programs from the Farm Bill and Other Sources

Join us for a discussion of current and future Farm Bill programs administered by the Forest Service, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Farm Service Agency that support private landowner efforts to protect working forests and conserve open space.

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Maryland Water Monitoring Council Conference

The Maryland Water Monitoring Council (MWMC) will hold its 18th Annual Conference at the Maritime Institute, North Linthicum, Maryland, on Thursday, December 6, 2012. The theme of the one day conference is "What Else is in your Water? From Arsenic to Zinc".

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Linking Sustainability with Conservation: Operationalizing Efforts to Connect the Environment with the Economy at a Landscape Level

With the realities of globalization and our technological changes, interdependence or interconnectivity is a quality that is fundamentally shaping our era. And given the complexity and scope of our challenges, and the fact that it is no longer possible to separate the environmental issues from the social and economic issues, the conservation community must adapt accordingly.

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Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation 2012 Broadcast Series

An effective conservation strategy includes engagement of people within diverse populations. To be relevant, we need to be innovative, resourceful and also respectful of what’s important to the people we are attempting to reach. Welcoming all groups and individuals, including those who traditionally may not be as directly connected.

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Atlantic Coast Joint Venture Human Dimensions Webinar

Have you been wondering what "human dimensions" has to do with bird conservation? Ashley Dayer of Cornell University will provide an overview of the field of human dimensions, from research to application.

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USFWS Office of the Science Advisor Web Conference Series

Because science is always evolving, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Office of the Science Advisor (OSA) Web Conference Seminar Series is designed to provide the latest cutting-edge scientific information and research. This series also highlights key OSA priorities, such as science integrity, the FWS Climate Change Strategy, Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, and Strategic Habitat Conservation. This program is being facilitated by the USFWS's National Conservation Training Center (NCTC).

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Piloting the National Secretive Marshbird Monitoring Program

Secretive marsh birds in North America are poorly monitored by existing avian monitoring programs. Some marsh bird species are of conservation concern, some are open to sport harvest, and for all species their emergent marsh habitat has been in decline for decades.

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