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    PWP Information Exchange

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    Potomac Watershed Partnership 2015 Information Exchange
    RSVP today at http://www.PotomacPartnership.Org
     
    Join watershed groups, non-profits, state and federal organizations from across the Potomac Watershed to discuss environmental initiatives regarding forest buffers, tree canopy studies, outreach and programming, forest links to water supplies, and more! We want to hear what your organization is doing so bring a topic for the free form discussions following morning presentations.
     
    Tuesday, December 8, 2015,  10:00 A.M.— 3:00 P.M.
    Free and open to the public.  Brown Bag Lunch (Restaurants available)
     
    War Memorial Building hosted by the Shepherdstown Community Club.
    102 East German Street Shepherdstown, WV 25443
     
    Mornin g Prese ntations :
     
    Bay Forestry Workgroup Update
    Sally Claggett and Julie Mawhorter, US Forest Service
    Living Legacy Tree Planting Project
    Shuan Butcher, Director of Communications, Journey Through Hallowed Ground
    Savage River Wild & Scenic River Designation and Partnership Building in the Upper Potomac
    Brent Walls, Upper Potomac Riverkeeper
    Forest Characterization of the Prettyboy Reservoir Watershed
    Donald Outen, AICP, Natural Resource Manager, Forest Management, Baltimore County DEP & Sustainability
    Infusing GIS Curriculum with Real-World Applications and Collaborations
    Dr. Clarissa Matthews and Steven Shaffer, Institute of Environmental and Physical Sciences, Shepherd University
     
    Afternoon Free-For m Dis cussi ons:
     
    The Law of Two Feet. Take responsibility for what you care about. Use your own two feet to move to a discussion you can best contribute to or learn from. Whoever joins are right people. Whatever is discussed is the right subject.
     
    PWP is coordinated by Cacapon Institute.  http://www.CacaponInstitute.Org
    We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex and strive to be inclusive, regardless of age or disability, and seek a diverse workforce and audience.
    Handicap parking and access available.
               
    For the Potomac Watershed Partnership,
     
    Frank F. Rodgers, Cacapon Institute
    ISA Certified Arborist #MA-4468A
    FRodgers@CacaponInstitute.Org
    304-240-2721 (c)
    304-258-8013 (o)
    #10 Rock Ford Road, Great Cacapon, WV 25422
     
     

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