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Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Annual Conference

The annual conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies is a forum for the exchange of ideas and critical information regarding the management and protection of fish and wildlife resources primarily in the southeast.

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The Wildlife Society Meeting

North Carolina will be hosting The Wildlife Society’s 23rd Annual Conference at the Raleigh Convention Center this fall.

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Tennessee River Basin Biodiversity Network Meeting

The Tennessee River Basin Biodiversity Network (Network) is a collaborative effort of conservation interests that is focused on increasing the efficiency, effectiveness, and durability of conservation actions in streams and rivers of the region.

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American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting

This year’s theme is: Fisheries Conservation and Management: Making Connections and Building Partnerships.

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Healing Waters Regional Initiative Kick-off Meeting

This meeting will bring together organizations interested in working together in the Cacapon Watershed and the surrounding region to build mutually beneficial collaborations that will enhance land protection efforts.

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Human Dimensions Foundations of Natural Resource Conservation

This course will foster a common understanding and application of human dimensions of natural resource conservation.

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Communicating Science - Distilling Your Message

Learn to communicate more effectively about science with people outside your field, including the general public, policy makers, the media, donors, and prospective collaborators in other disciplines.

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Negotiation Skills for Conservation Professionals: Building a Foundation

This training course provides participants with the basic principles, skills, and techniques used in natural resource negotiation.

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2016 Spotlight on National Park Resources in the National Capital Region

To celebrate the National Park Service Centennial through talks and posters that highlight accomplishments in resources management and stewardship.

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AppLCC LCD Phase II Aquatic Expert Consultations

The Appalachian LCC consultations with aquatic experts on our Landscape Conservation Design moves next week to the second discussion about aquatic metrics, models and data.

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Managing Invasive Species in Wetland Restoration Projects

The Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM) is pleased to invite you to attend the next webinar in our popular Improving Wetland Restoration Success webinar series on “Managing Invasive Species in Wetland Restoration Projects.”

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Conservation Connect LIVE

In March we’ll venture underwater to learn about freshwater mussels, American eels, and the electrofishing technology used to study aquatic creatures.

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Landscape Ecology Meeting

The US International Association of Landscape Ecology 2016 Annual Meeting will focus on “Landscape Change" and strives to capture the defining characteristic and the inherent nature of the modern world in the Anthropocene epoch.

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WCS Climate Adaptation Fund Webinar

The Wildlife Conservation Society is pleased to announce the next round of grantmaking through the Climate Adaptation Fund. Interested organizations should carefully review the guidelines outlined in the Request for Proposals and the Applicant Guidance Document.

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Water Rights & Wetland Restoration Webinar

Will share key terminology and the principles behind the Prior Appropriations Doctrine, as well as variations in the laws and water administration in the Western United States.

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Evaluating the Ecological Performance of Compensatory Mitigation

The Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM) is pleased to invite you to attend the next webinar in our popular Improving Wetland Restoration Success webinar series on “Evaluating the Ecological Performance of Compensatory Mitigation.”

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Oak, Fire, and Global Change: What Might the Future Hold?

The pace of environmental and socioeconomic change over the past 100 years has been rapid.

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Climate-informed management of oak ecosystems in the Central Hardwoods region

Global climate changes will lead to local impacts on oak ecosystems throughout the central hardwoods region, including shifts in habitat suitability for different species, changes in soil moisture regime, and effects on insect pests, diseases, and species invasion.

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