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Atlantic Salmon Recovery Meeting- Downeast Focus

Atlantic Salmon Downeast SHRU meeting December 2015

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Partnership Meeting with Long Island Sound Study

Meeting with Long Island Sound Study Habitat Restoration Workgroup and Stewardship Workgroup to discuss opportunities to use information and tools from the LCC for coastal habitat restoration, Long Island Sound Stewardship and overall goals of the partnership

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Science Delivery Meeting with Rhode Island DEM

Meeting with Rhode Island DEM, Division of Fish and Wildlife to review LCC information and tools and discuss opportunities to apply information and train staff in Rhode Island

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North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee Meeting

Steering Committee meeting of the North Atlantic LCC. Overall goals of meeting: Steering Committee input on strategic direction and next steps for science, science delivery, conservation design and communications.

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Connect the Connecticut Core Team Meeting

Connect the Connecticut Core Team Meeting

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Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture Meeting

Members of the EBTJV will gather to review findings from the region-wide brook trout assessment, and to use the results to revise the partnership's Brook Trout Conservation Strategy.

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Tidally Influenced Culverts Meeting

Meeting for state, federal and provincial staff to exchange information needs regarding tidally influenced culverts.

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Atlantic Salmon Recovery Meeting

Atlantic Salmon Recovery Meeting - July 2015

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North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee Call

Please hold Tuesday, June 16th, at 11:00 a.m. for a follow up call to the April meeting.

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Webinar: Climate Change and Contaminants in the Northeast

How might climate change affect the release, dispersal, and negative impacts of toxic chemicals and excess nutrients in the environment? Learn about a North Atlantic LCC study that explores this question.

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Webinar: Overview of the North Atlantic Coast Comprehensive Study

Results of a two-year study addressing coastal storm and flood risk to vulnerable populations, property, ecosystems, and infrastructure affected by Hurricane Sandy in the North Atlantic region

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North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee Meeting

North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee Meeting immediately following the Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference in Newport RI

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DSF 15th Annual Smelt Fry & Fisheries Celebration

Tour the Wild Salmon Resource Center and the Pleasant River Hatchery, stroll along the Pleasant River and stop by our Heritage Fish Camp for a bowl of venison/moose stew. Visit Union Hall for fisheries displays and information and to view the 2015 Student Art Contest winners with awards at 4 PM! Fried smelts, coleslaw, rolls, organic blueberry cobbler and a drink for $5.00 per plate.

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USFWS Science Seminar Series Presentation

Interactive effects of climate change with nutrients, mercury, and freshwater acidification on key taxa in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative region

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Stream Crossing Restoration Techniques Workshop

An interactive, hands-on workshop sharing ideas, experience and tools of the trade. On April 13 and 14, the Maine SFI Implementation Committee and Project SHARE will be hosting a "Stream Crossing Restoration Techniques Workshop." The intended audience is the project manager who might gain some specific information on how to do their job a little bit better.

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Workshop: Learn to use data for climate savvy planning (Woodstock, VT)

In a free hands-on workshop organized by the Regional Conservation Partnerships Network, participants will explore conservation data sets, meet scientists and federal managers, and network with other RCPs members.

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Augusta Stream-Smart Road Crossing Workshop, Phase I

Maintain fish and wildlife habitat while protecting roads and public safety. Prepare for the large and frequent storm events that have been washing out roads around the state and the northeast.

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Bar Harbor Stream-Smart Road Crossing Workshop, Phase I

Maintain fish and wildlife habitat while protecting roads and public safety. Prepare for the large and frequent storm events that have been washing out roads around the state and the northeast.

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Webinar: Tracking regional-scale bird movements

Learn how the MOTUS Wildlife Telemetry system enables researchers to tag birds as small as warblers, and track them in real time.

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