SAMAB Fall Conference

August 06, 2002

Participate in the SAMAB Fall Conference, focusing on measurement, mitigation, and management of human impacts in the Southern Appalachians. Join other caretakers of the Southern Appalachians--state and federal resource managers, scientists, and NGO and community members--in networking and sharing information. The conference features workshops, presentations, and field trips that convey the latest assessments, planning activities and tools, restoration challenges and successes, and natural-resource related legislation.

Conference workshops will address "Supporting State and Local Efforts to Manage Ecological Integrity" (introducing a decision support tool that helps states and localities preserve important greenspace) and "Challenges and Progress in Gateway Communities" (including development, planning and design, community and activism, night skies, and wildlife issues).

USDA Forest Service ‑ Southern Research Station

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