We held our Annual Meeting: "Research, Case Studies & Anecdotes: The Latest in Wetland Science" on March 20, 2014. We had exceptional presentations from a wide range of speakers. Almost 200 people were in attendance! Thank you to those who attended for helping make it so successful!
Many of the presentations are available for viewing on our Annual Meetings page.
Congratulations to our two grant winners:
Rachel Perry is the recipient of the 2014 Dr. Michael Lefor Wetland Science Research Grant for her work on Bioavailabilty of Organic Nitrogen Entering Small, Shallow Embayments.
The Stewards of Tyler Mill Preserve received the 2014 Les Mehrhoff Plant Biodiversiity Research Grant for their work on Stream Buffer Habitat: The Public's Window to Biodiversity.
Your Wetland Stories Are Being Requested
Two authors are looking for stories of people who study, explore, own, protect, restore or alter wetlands for their entertaining and informative new book. They will be showing wetlands in a whole new way, and making an emotional connection with the creatures and currents within. So, if you have a personal story, or a story of a specific wetland, or a fascinating wetland phenomenon you experienced that you would like to share, please click here for more information http://wetlandwaders.weebly.com/. If they use your story in the book, you will be cited as the source.