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May 2019 TRBN Partner Spotlight
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is the state government agency created by the General Assembly in 1947 to conserve and sustain the state’s fish and wildlife resources through research, scientific management, wise use and public input. NCWRC is an active member of the Tennessee River Basin Network. Read more to learn about one of our Network members, Luke Etchison, and to learn more about the organization he represents and why they participate in TRBN. Thanks NCWRC for sitting at the table with us!
Flint River Conservation Association
Gillian Bee visited with Susan 'Soos' Weber, founder and Chair of the Flint River Conservation Association. 2018 marks their 20th anniversary. Soos, and FRCA, have been active members of the Tennessee River Basin Network since 2016. Thanks for your participation, FRCA!
Steering Commitee
Meet our Steering Committee
Keynote - Ms. Sandra Meola
Evening Outreach Session
Prior and during our Dinner Celebration there is the opportunity for organizations to showcase their efforts. Please see the instructions below to ensure you have a spot!
4th Annual TRBN Meeting Abbreviated Agenda
2018 TRBN Abbreviated Meeting Agenda
Find here the abbreviated agenda for the 2018 Tennessee River Basin Network Meeting being held August 13-14th at the Knoxville Convention Center, Knoxville TN.
2018 Tennessee River Basin Network Meeting
All the information you need to know regarding the 4th Annual Tennessee River Basin Network Meeting.
2018 TRBN Awards
Multiple partners are working together to host and facilitate the 4th annual “Tennessee River Basin Network” meeting in August 2018. Our focus is on bringing peer agencies and nonprofit organizations together to protect and improve aquatic biodiversity in the Tennessee River Basin by identifying and leveraging opportunities for collaboration and sharing resources. We continue the tradition of linking the working Network meeting with the 2018 Tennessee River Celebration Awards Banquet. This celebration will recognize successes and efforts of dedicated advocates for the Tennessee River, such as non-profit organizations, community groups, watershed partners. An award of $5,000 will be given to each recipient. AWARD CATEGORIES Communication/Outreach - For an individual or organization that has excelled in communicating and educating the public, students, and/or industry about the importance of aquatic biodiversity. Science/Management - For an individual or organization that has nurtured partnerships, implemented projects, developed plans, and/or conducted scientific research in the Tennessee River Basin which has had measurable impacts on protecting and enhancing aquatic habitat. How to nominate: download the document below and follow directions Nomination Deadline: June 14th, 2018
Partners
July Partner Spotlight
The Tennessee River Valley Geotourism Stewardship Council serves as the steering committee and editorial board for the Tennessee River Valley Geotourism MapGuide. It is comprised of volunteers from across the 7 State region. Julie Graham answered some questions below to share more information about TRV Stewardship Council's efforts and why her organization participates in the TRBN. Thanks for sitting at the table with us TRV Geotourism Stewardship Council!
2019 Tennessee River Basin Network Meeting from Aug 06, 2019 04:00 AM to Aug 07, 2019 01:00 PM
- August 6th & 7th @ Lake Guntersville State Park, Guntersville, AL
2018 Meeting Highlights
Removal of Two Dams in the Wetmore Run Watershed, Potter County, PA
This project will remove the only two dams in the Wetmore Run Watershed in Potter County, Pennsylvania opening 8.5 miles of habitat for brook trout. Removal of the dams will also eliminate thermal pollution and restore lotic ecosystem function. (Photo: Looking upstream at the dam on Wetmore Run. No water is going over the spillway.)
Presentation on Resources Available to the TRBN
Gillian Bee. Landscape Conservation Fellow. Clemson University/Appalachian LCC.
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