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Your Network News

June 2019

Freshwaters Illustrated's "Spring Run" of the film Hidden Rivers was a hit throughout the Tennessee River Basin!

We would like to thank you for your help in getting this film into your communities and a big thanks to Andrea Leslie of North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, and Duncan Elkins of UGA's River Basin Center for leading this coordinated effort.

 

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

Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute
The Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute (TNACI) has been an integral member organization of the TRBN since the Network's establishment in 2014. Currently, TNACI provides leadership to the TRBN via sitting on
our Network's Steering Committee. Gillian Bee visited with Hayley Wise, Watershed Coordinator for TNACI and TRBN Steering Committee Member, to learn more about TNACI and why they participate and provide leadership to our Network.
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Registration now open

TRBN's 5th Annual Meeting

Does your organization's work benefit aquatic and human life of the Tennessee River Basin? Come join us @ Guntersville State Park, August 6-7th, to celebrate, network, and collaboratively prioritize our Network's next steps.
MEETING INFO & REGISTRATION

Call for Nominations

Deadline: June 14th

Two $5,000 awards will be given at the TRBN’s Celebration Awards Banquet as a part of the Network’s annual meeting in August. Do you have an organization or individual you would like to see celebrated?

Nomination details and instructions

Webinar-Dr. Bill Deutsch

TRBN members recently had the opportunity to visit with Dr. Bill Deutsch in regards to his 2018 published book,  Alabama Rivers: A Celebration & Challenge.

You can listen to the recorded webinar and learn more about this great resource by clicking the links below.

Recorded Webinar    
Alabama Rivers

Southern Exposure Films

Many of us witnessed this Spring the power of film in helping to raise awareness. Southern Exposure is a fellowship which supports emerging filmmakers in telling stories about  Alabama's natural resources. Two of the 2018 films are specific to Alabama's freshwater ecosystems. Check them out HERE!
Tennessee Stormwater Association
Regional Meetings

Anyone and everyone is invited to addend the upcoming Tennessee Stormwater Association's regional meetings. These meetings are great learning and networking opportunities for anyone working in, or interested about, stormwater. Please contact Charlene Desha (charlene@tnstormwater.org) with any questions you may have.
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