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Monday, January 11, 2010

Lake Huron Biodiversity Workshop

The Lake Huron Biodiversity Conservation Strategy is an international effort to develop a binational action agenda for conserving and restoring, to the greatest extent possible, the native biodiversity of Lake Huron. Over the past year we held a series of three workshops for stakeholders to identify aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity features, threats to these features, and strategies to abate these threats, as well as identify priority areas for focusing these conservation efforts.

As the next step in the process, we will be holding 4 smaller, regional workshops throughout Michigan in February, 2010.

The goal of these mini-workshops is to:

• Learn about existing local and regional conservation efforts

• Validate the findings of the workshops and priority areas analysis

The nearest workshop to Rogers City is:

1-5 pm on Wednesday, February 10, 2010 in Alpena, MI

at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary

Let me know if you are interested in a car pool.

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