Copy

Network News

February 2020

This month we are sharing updates on Network leadership and upcoming events (films screenings, webinar, and workshop). Planning for our 2020 meeting in Chattanooga has commenced. We will be circulating a Save the Date shortly!
 

The mission of the Tennessee River Basin Network is to inspire and empower people of the Tennessee River Basin to effectively steward the region's aquatic biodiversity. 

Partner Spotlight

City of Chattanooga - Water Quality Program
The City of Chattanooga's Water Quality Program manages Chattanooga's stormwater, natural water bodies, and green infrastructure. They support a wide range of programs from their Green Grants (funding to assist property owners with the design and construction of green infrastructure to improve water quality) to their Single Family Residential Ponds Program (an initiative to improve privately
owned stormwater retention ponds and educate citizens about stormwater control measures). The Water Quality Program has been a partner of the Tennessee River Basin Network since day one. Kimberly Strong, a Public Information Specialist, with the City of Chattanooga, visits with us about the Water Quality Program and why the City is a partner of the Tennessee River Basin Network. 
Full Story

New Steering Committee Members

We are pleased to announce the addition of four new members to the TRBN Steering Committee;  Kathy Hawes, Rachel Head, Cal Johnson, and Kimberly Strong. The Steering Committee provides leadership for carrying out the Network's mission.
TRBN Steering Committee

World Fish Migration Day

May 16, 2020

How will your organization celebrate World Fish Migration Day? We will be developing materials for interested partners to share on their social media platforms on May 16th.  Social media has a powerful part to play in raising awareness of our Basin's aquatic biodiversity. We look forward to our first coordinated social media blast effort!

Hidden Rivers Tour

Freshwaters Illustrated is getting ready for their Spring Tour of Hidden Rivers! They are looking to fill some dates between March 19-April 7 (highlighted in yellow at left). Please contact FI if you see an opportunity to share the film with your community or organization.
Contact Freshwaters Illustrated

Microplastic Conference

April 2-3 @ TN Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium and the River Basin Center are hosting a workshop for the aquatic conservation community related to microplastics.  Registration deadline: March 1st
Register Here

NOAA Webinar

February 13th @2pm EST
Dr. Ivan Arismendi
Oregon State University


Influences of climate change on abundance and body size of stream dwelling trout and salamanders
More Information Here
Copyright © 2020 Tennessee River Basin Network  All rights reserved.
Questions? Contact: gilliab@clemson.edu

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.

 






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Tennessee River Basin Network · PO Box 2222 · Brevard, NC 28712-2222 · USA

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp