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You are here: Home / News & Events / Conservation Newsletters / Tennessee River Basin Network Newsletter / Tenneesse River Basin Network-Network News: Issue 45|September 2023

Tenneesse River Basin Network-Network News: Issue 45|September 2023

Your Network News | That's A Wrap!

That's a Wrap

See you in 2024

Over ninety individuals from across the Tennessee River Basin convened at your Network's 9th Annual Conference on August 23-24th in Florence Alabama. A total of 38 unique affiliations were represented!

Thank you again for being a vital part of your Network's journey, and for sharing your knowledge and insight. Together we are weaving a tapestry of collaboration and progress to safeguard our Basin's unparalleled aquatic life.

Thank you to our conference sponsors:

Tennessee Valley Authority, Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area, Defenders of Wildlife, Wildlands Engineering, VT Conservation Management Institute, Working Lands for Wildlife, PELA GeoEnvironmental, Alabama Bass Nation, Wild Alabama, TGL Adventures


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