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Restoration Conference: Lessons Learned for a Changing Future

Thanks to all who joined us at HEP's 2019 Restoration Conference! More than 200 natural resource managers, scientists, conservation advocates and policy leaders gathered to explore how habitat restoration can shape our community’s response to a changing climate.

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Restoration Conference: Lessons Learned for a Changing Future

Habitat restoration is increasingly being called upon as the answer to new questions. On November 1st, more than 200 natural resource managers, scientists, conservation advocates and policy leaders gathered to explore how habitat restoration can shape our community’s response to a changing climate. The day featured a series of presentations and workshops, helping participants to better understand these challenges, current initiatives, and the state of practice and scientific understanding.

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Nov 20

6-8:00 pm

2019

NYC Outdoors! An Environmental Education Expo

The NYC Outdoors! Expo is a public event showcasing environmental education resources in New York City. Who should attend? Teachers, Educators, Students and Faculty and anyone interested in environmental education. Participants will meet more than 40 environmental education organizations and find out about programs, teacher resources, internship and job opportunities, and much more.

Nov 21

6-8:00 pm

2019

Public Forum:
Water Quality and Natural Resources

The Waterfront Alliance, in partnership with the NYC Department of City Planning and co-hosted by the Cornell College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, invites you to join us for an upcoming public forum on the future of our waterfront. Specifically, this forum will seek input on the state of water quality and natural resources.

Nov 25

8:30-10:30 am

2019

Public Forum:
Ferries, Cruises, and Transportation of Humans

The Waterfront Alliance, in partnership with the NYC Department of City Planning, invites you to join us for an upcoming series of public forums on the future of our waterfront. Specifically, this forum, co-hosted by New York Cruise Line, will seek input on the state of waterborne transportation in NYC from ferries to harbor cruises.

Dec 03

6-8:00 pm

2019

Public Forum:
Working Waterfront and Transportation of Goods

The Waterfront Alliance, in partnership with the NYC Department of City Planning and co-hosted by the Cornell College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, invites you to join us for an upcoming public forum on the future of our waterfront. Specifically, this forum will seek input on the working waterfront and movement of goods.

Dec 13

9 am

2019

Jersey Water Works Conference 2019

Don’t miss the fifth annual Jersey Water Works Conference on December 13! This day-long event focuses on finding innovative ways to update New Jersey’s aging water infrastructure. Join more than 300 state and local decision-makers, practitioners and stakeholders in New Brunswick to learn about and discuss one of the biggest challenges facing our state.

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