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South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Newsletter July 2022

South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Newsletter July 2022

Progress on addressing Blueprint workshop comments

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Registration Open | TRBN Annual Conference | August 24-25, Knoxville TN

CONNECT and NETWORK with your peers working to safeguard the Tennessee River Basin's aquatic and human life!

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Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Symposium September 19-21, 2022

Join the Southeast CASC in Gulf Shores, Alabama for the 2022 Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Symposium.

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South Atlantic Blueprint June 2022 Newsletter

South Atlantic Blueprint June 2022 Newsletter

Blueprint workshop results and summer web forum schedule.

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From Flames to Forests: Past, Present, and Future Fires for Sustaining Our Forests and Wildlife

This webinar will feature some of the leading researchers and practitioners in fire science to help us understand how to manage our forests with fire under challenging circumstances.

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American Fisheries Society Newsletter May 2022

American Fisheries Society Newsletter May 2022

Tribal Outreach Program, DNA Shark ID, Climate Communications Training

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SE CASC Science Seminar on Forecasting Conservation Strategies’ Influence on Landscape Connectivity

Join us for our Spring virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC funded projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast. Each month a SE CASC researcher will provide an overview of their work and the management implications of their research findings.

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SE CASC Science Seminar on Research for Adaptation Planning at Gulf Islands National Seashore

Join us for our Spring virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC funded projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast. Each month a SE CASC researcher will provide an overview of their work and the management implications of their research findings

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American Fisheries Society Newsletter April 2022

American Fisheries Society Newsletter April 2022

AFS News: Recovering America's Wildlife Act Nears Floor Vote, Spokane Abstract Extension, Native Fish Need Natural Flows

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Diverse Connections for Diverse Watersheds

Save the Date: 8th Annual Tennessee River Basin Network Conference.

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New Plan Guides Conservation Action On America’s Central And Eastern Grasslands And Savannas

New Plan Guides Conservation Action On America’s Central And Eastern Grasslands And Savannas

New Plan Guides Conservation Action on America’s Central and Eastern Grasslands and Savannas

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South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Newsletter March 2022

South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Newsletter March 2022

New SECAS coordinator, spring web forum schedule, progress on South Atlantic-->SECAS transition.

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Stakeholder Webinar: Understanding the Human Dimensions of Private Lands Conservation and Management

Stakeholder Webinar: Understanding the Human Dimensions of Private Lands Conservation and Management

Series of speakers on human dimensions of working with private landowners to effect conservation.

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How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle

How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle

The wildfires that broke out in the Florida Panhandle in early March 2022 were the nightmare fire managers had feared since the day Hurricane Michael flattened millions of trees there in 2018. It might sound odd – hurricanes helping to fuel wildfires. But Michael’s 160 mph winds left tangles of dead trees that were ready to burn.

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How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle

How a hurricane fueled wildfires in the Florida Panhandle

The wildfires that broke out in the Florida Panhandle in early March 2022 were the nightmare fire managers had feared since the day Hurricane Michael flattened millions of trees there in 2018. It might sound odd – hurricanes helping to fuel wildfires. But Michael’s 160 mph winds left tangles of dead trees that were ready to burn.

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