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Mark Your Calendar

May 19–20, 2003, Water Reuse and Recycle Symposium,
Penn State Conference Center Hotel in State College, Centre County, PA,
held by the Pennsylvania DEP
Examples of household, commercial, industrial, and community water conservation technologies and practices will be featured. For more information visit www.state.pa.us, PA Keyword:“Water Reuse 03.”

June 3-4, 2003, Moving from Planning to Action: Integrating and Implementing Watershed Management,
Columbus, OH, Ohio
Watershed Network Conference themes will be creating sustainable watershed groups and locally relevant watershed plans. For more information contact:
Holly Bartholomew at 614-846-7932,
E-mail: bartholomew.6@osu.edu or visit
http://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/conference/index.html

June 6-7, 2003, Staying on Target, Romulus, MI,
Sponsored by U.S. EPA, GLNPO and the Great Lakes Commission
A regional workshop to establish restoration targets for Great Lakes Areas of Concern. For more information
Contact: Matt Doss at 734-971-9135, E-mail: mdoss@glc.org or visit www.glc.org/spac/workshop03.html.

June 9-12, 2003, 12th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species,
by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources,Windsor, ONT
This conference will provide an international forum for addressing aquatic nuisance species research, policy, control technologies and public education. For more information
call 800-868-8776, E-mail: profedge@renc.igs.net or visit www.aquatic-invasive-species-conference.org

June 16-18, 2003, Invasive Species Field Course,
held by the Inland Seas Education Association, Suttons Bay, MI
A course designed to teach educators and environmental professionals about invasive species in the Great Lakes region and prepare them to pass on what they learn to students, colleagues and others. For more information contact:
Colleen Masterson at 231-271-3077,
E-mail: cmasterson@greatlakeseducation.org

 

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