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February
February 10, 2016
18th Annual Stone Lab Winter Program
Columbus, OH
The 18th Annual Stone Lab Winter Program includes a silent auction to support student scholarships, a presentation from a previous Research Experiences for Undergraduates student at Stone Lab, and guest speaker Josh Knights, executive director of The Nature Conservancy in Ohio.
Contact: Nancy Cruickshank
Phone: 614-292-8949
E-mail: ohioseagrant@osu.edu

February 13, 2016
Rouge Winter Stonefly Search
Dearborn, MI
Volunteers needed to assist in searching Rouge streams for these sensitive aquatic insects that hatch in winter. No experience is necessary but volunteers will be outdoors for several hours so need to know how to dress for the cold. Registration is required.
Contact: Sally Petrella
Phone: 313-792-9621
E-mail: spetrella@therouge.org

February 18, 2016
Lake Erie Center Public Lecture
Oregon, OH
This Lake Erie Center Public Lecture features Dr. Kevin Czajkowski, UT professor of Geography. His talk is titled "Mapping drain tile to assess agricultural contribution to harmful algal blooms in western Lake Erie basin."
Contact: Kathy Sullivan
Phone: 419.530.8361
E-mail: kathy.sullivan@utoledo.edu

February 23-25, 2016
Great Lakes Commission Semiannual Meeting and Great Lakes Day in Washington
Washington, D.C.
The Great Lakes Commission Semiannual Meeting and Great Lakes Day in Washington feature dialogue on Great Lakes priorities by regional leaders and members of Congress who play a critical role in shaping Great Lakes policies. Join us in Washington, D.C., in 2016!
Contact: Matt Doss
Phone: 734-971-9135
E-mail: mdoss@glc.org

February 23-25, 2016
Wisconsin Wetlands Association's 21st Annual Conference
Green Bay, WI
Wisconsin Wetlands Association's 21st Annual Conference is a forum to share wetland research, learn new techniques, hear about new approaches to community planning, discuss the latest science and look ahead to the future. The 2-day conference draws upwards of 300 attendees.
Phone: 608-250-9971
E-mail: conference@wisconsinwetlands.org

February 24-25, 2016
International Conference on Water Management Modeling
Toronto, ON
The annual International Conference on Water Management Modeling (formerly on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems) is a forum for professionals and researchers from across North America and overseas to exchange ideas and experience on current practices and emerging technologies.
Contact: Meghan Korman
Phone: 519-767-0197
E-mail: meghan@chiwater.com

February 25, 2016
Webinar: Phragmites Management at Multiple Scales: Treatment Comparisons on the Great Salt Lake
Webinar
The Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative webinar series is focused on invasive Phragmites in the Great Lakes region to encourage dialogue and technology transfer throughout the region. This series includes topics such as: current research on Phragmites control, management techniques and case studies, monitoring and assessment protocols, mapping and tracking and regional management initiatives.
Contact: Heather Braun
Phone: 734-971-9135
E-mail: hbraun@glc.org

February 27, 2016
Rouge Frog & Toad Survey Training
Livonia, MI
Volunteers needed to survey Rouge wetlands for calling frogs and toads. Attend a two hour training and learn what species are found here, what their calls sound like and sign up to survey on warm damp evenings several times a month March through June.
Contact: Sally Petrella
Phone: 313-792-9621
E-mail: spetrella@therouge.org


 

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