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Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference
April 28-29, 2014
Charlotte, N.C.


The impacts of current climate variability and the evidence of climate change are continuing to grow and with it our understanding of the challenges we face in adapting to those changes. Building resilience – the ability to adjust easily to or recover from a stress or change – is an important step in preparing to successfully address the current and future pressures. This conference seeks to assist by providing a platform to share experience and knowledge of opportunities, tools, resources, local initiatives, and expertise.

Staff from local, state, and federal agencies and climate researchers will share information about climate-related tools, resources, experiences, and activities in the Carolinas. Visit http://www.cisa.sc.edu/ccrc for more information.


Green Infrastructure: Building Great Communities
June 11-12, 2014
Columbia, S.C.


The 2014 Forest Resource Institute program, hosted by the S.C. Forestry Commission and Trees SC, is designed for municipal and county government landscape architects and planners. The program will feature topics such as open space protection, green infrastructure planning, benefits of sustainable forestry, and functional landscape design.

For more information, contact Frances Waite at (843) 571-0136 or visit http://www.trees.sc.gov/fri.htm.


Conference on Ecological and Ecosystem Restoration
July 28-August 1, 2014
New Orleans, LA


A collaborative effort of the National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration and the Society for Ecological Restoration, this conference will bring together ecological and ecosystem restoration scientists and practitioners to address challenges and share information about restoration projects, programs, and research from across North America. Interdisciplinary methods to renew and restore ecosystems and habitats that have been damaged, degraded, or destroyed will be presented. The conference will bring together scientists, engineers, policy makers, restoration planners, partners, non-governmental organizations, and stakeholders to discuss the latest innovative methods and tools for combatting ecosystem and ecological destruction. Visit http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/CEER2014 for more information.


16th Annual International Conference on Shellfish Restoration:
Restoration in an Ever-Changing World

December 10-13, 2014
Charleston, SC

Please plan on joining shellfish restoration experts, resource managers, farmers, community groups, NGOs, and others in historic Charleston, South Carolina for  the 16th Annual International Conference on Shellfish Restoration.

This conference will focus on shellfish restoration activities from around the world, highlighting restoration successes, including best management practices, and challenges, such as the current regulatory climate. The agenda will feature invited speakers, contributed oral and poster presentations, panel sessions, and interactive workshops.

Plan to arrive in time for field trips and a welcoming reception on Wednesday, December 10. The formal program will be December 11, 12, and 13. You won’t want to miss the popular evening activities on Friday, December 12 which include a delicious dinner, music, and dancing. There will be plenty of opportunities to network with colleagues and share ideas!

The Call for Abstracts will be available in June, 2014.

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