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December 2019

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your efforts in 2019 to 1.) move our Network forward, and 2.) effectively steward our Basin's rich aquatic life! The success of our Network is built on the efforts of our Partners, and we have enjoyed many successes this year. We are proud to have valuable partners like you and look forward to our year ahead.  We wish you a Happy Holiday season!

2019 Network Accomplishments 

  • Launched new website: trbnetwork.org
  • Secured first competitive grant
  • Raised awareness of aquatic life through Hidden Rivers film screenings
  • Delivered a successful and well attended Annual Meeting
  • Broadened our Partnership
The mission of the Tennessee River Basin Network is to inspire and empower the people of the Tennessee River Basin to effectively steward the region's aquatic biodiversity. 
Partner Spotlight
River Basin Center

The River Basin Center has been a valuable TRBN partner since 2015. The organization is a group of scientists, lawyers and educators (among other things) from the University of Georgia who have teamed up to use research to promote sustainable management of the world’s rivers, lakes and streams—and everything that lives in them!

Although affiliated with the Odum School of Ecology, it is known for an interdisciplinary approach; its members are drawn from units across the University of Georgia. Dr. Ducan Elkins, a former post-doc at the River Center, and current TRBN Steering Committee member, shares more about the River Basin Center and why he and this organization participates in our Network. 
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TRBN Quarterly Webinar Series
Our latest TRBN Quarterly Webinar Series recording with Dr. Brad Collett regarding the innovative TN RiverLine Project 

Grant Opportunity

Eastern Tennessee
Deadline: February 14th 2020

Volkswagen of America is collaborating with The Conservation Fund to help protect and restore land across America, The grant program is intended to help mobilize grassroots initiatives to help empower and inspire communities. Grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded.

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Job Opportunity

NC NRCS - State Biologist

The Wildlife Biologist position will focus on providing assistance to the state leaders to guide a robust conservation program with an emphasis on wildlife habitat.  The announcement will be posted on  USAjobs.gov very soon. Please share with those who may be interested.

AL American Fisheries Society-Annual Meeting 

March 4th and 5th
Joe Wheeler State Park

The Alabama Chapter of the American Fisheries Society has announced dates and first call for papers for their 2020 Annual Meeting. 

Click HERE for more information

Eels lighting up your Holiday lights!

Meet Miguel Wattson, an electric eel at the Tennessee Aquarium with his own Twitter account. He recently has been getting a lot of attention due to his assistance with "Shocking around the Christmas Tree".

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