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Wisconsin Land Information Association 2005 Annual Conference
February 22-24, 2005, Green Bay, Wisconsin

“Tackling Data Integration” will expand your knowledge on how technology can be integrated into your daily workflow. Please contact Ann Barrett at 800-344-0421 or abarrett@uniontel.net for more information.

Making the Connection: New Strategies for Great Lakes Public Education & Communication,
hosted by The Biodiversity Project
February 23–25, 2005, Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Workshops on communications and education strategies, hands-on sessions with evaluation experts, a chance to review and critique the Great Lakes Forever pilot campaign, and an opportunity to collaborate on future public education efforts, (including the Great Lakes Forever campaign) in the region. To reserve your spot, please contactWillow Russell at Biodiversity Project, email: wrussell@biodiverse.org, or call 608.250.9876.

Coastal GeoTools ’05
March 7-10, 2005,Myrtle Beach, SC

The conference series focuses on the technical information needs of the nation’s coastal programs. The goals of the conference are to promote the understanding and applied uses of geospatial data and tools for studying and effectively managing the coast.
For information about the conference contact the conference coordinator, Hamilton Smillie at (843) 740-1192 or email Geo.Tools@noaa.gov

Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund Grants Programs Application Deadline March 31, 200.,
Applications are requested for the Project Grants Program, Technical Assistance Grants Program and Theme Grants Program. For more information and requests for proposals please visit www.glhabitat.org or call Marci at (231)347-1181, ext. 107.

EECO 2005 Environment & Energy Conference,
hosted by The GLOBE Foundation
May 25-27, 2005, Metro Toronto Convention Center

EECO 2005 is focused on environmental and energy issues specific to the Great Lakes Economic Region. A unique forum, EECO is designed to promote dialogue, share ideas and innovation, build new relationships, profile best practices, debate cross-border environmental and clean energy policy, and support trade throughout the Great Lakes states and provinces.
Please contact Registration Manager, Zahida Kanani, at 604-775-8031 to answer questions and to register.

 

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