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What's New & Notable, 15 July 2004

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2004 Wetlands Restoration Workshop Series
www.wiscwetlands.org

The Wisconsin Wetlands Association (WWA) invites participation from land owners, land managers, and anyone who has an interest in learning about the need for and process of restoring wetland habitats. These hands-on, field-based workshops are a great way to get your feet wet this summer while learning how you can restore wetlands on your own property.



Would your agency like to be a Sponsor of the Month?
www.glin.net/news/sponsor/agencies.html

As a GLIN Daily News Patron, you could have your agency logo, description and link publicized in our mid-monthly "What's New & Notable on GLIN" web-mail and on GLIN's web site! Find out more about sponsorship levels and benefits for Organization Sponsorship.
New beach Information from U.S. EPA
www.epa.gov/beaches

This new thematic web site offers resources to help you plan a trip to the beach, learn about beach conditions, and learn what U.S. EPA is doing to clean and protect beaches. Related topic-based sites for water quality standards, cruise ship water discharges, floating debris, private drinking wells, and septic systems are under development.

Asian Carp video: Preventing a Hostile Takeover
www.midwestfrogs.com/testpage.htm

This short program advocates the building of an electrical barrier in the canal between the Mississippi River basin and the Great Lakes, with the purpose of preventing the introduction of Asian Carp into the Great Lakes environment.

National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration
http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/ecosystem

This First National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration (NCER) will enable national and international information exchange on many issues involved in landscape-scale ecosystem restoration.

St. Lawrence Centre
www.qc.ec.gc.ca/csl

The SLC is involved in a multitude of studies and research programs aimed at better understanding how the ecosystems of the St. Lawrence River function and to keep this knowledge up to date.


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