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How’s That Habitat Working For You? Preserving and Conserving for Comprehen...

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University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

2020 Horns Point Road

Cambridge, MD 21613

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APA Maryland Event on Preserving and Conserving for Comprehensive And Environmental Plans.

4CM credits pending

Speakers

Dr. Josh Ginsberg, President, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
“Preserving and Conserving the Hudson Valley Watershed”Dr. Josh Ginsberg.pngBrooke Landry, Department of Natural Resources
“Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Segment Assessment”
Brooke Landry.pngMatt Kirwan, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Presentation on march habitats
Andrew Elmore, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Presentation on forest landscapes
Tom Jordan, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
"Shoreline Development Threshold"

Howard Townsend
Presentation on fish habitats
Scott Knoche, Director, Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic Research Laboratory
“Enhanced Commercial Fisheries and Associated Regional Economic Impacts through Oyster Reef Restoration in the Choptank River Complex, Chesapeake Bay”


Program

9:00 Tour of Aquaculture Restoration Ecology Laboratory

9:30 Registration and refreshments

10:00 Welcome and introductions

  • Helen Spinelli, Maryland APA, Queen Anne’s County Planning and Zoning

  • Dr. Peter Goodwin, President, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

  • Dr. William Dennison, Vice President of Science Application, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

10:15 Dr. Josh Ginsberg
President, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
“Preserving and Conserving the Hudson Valley Watershed”

11:15 Lightening talks

11:45 Lunch

12:30 Habitat talks

  • Brooke Landry, Submerged aquatic vegetation

  • Kirwin, Marshes

  • Andrew Elmore, Forest landscapes

  • Tom Jordan, Shorelines

  • Howard Townsend, Fish habitats

  • Scott Knoche, Natural resource economics

2:30 Panel discussion

3:00 Closing reception


Panel

Rich Hall, New Castle County Department of Land Use, will lead a panel discussion of three environmental planners.

Rich Hall.png


Lightening Talks

  • Jamie Currie, Climate Extremes—Oral Histories with the United States Geological Survey.

  • Nathan Miller, Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative: Enabling citizen science for the health of the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Emily Nastase, National Park Service Natural and Cultural Resource Assessment Interface for Management Strategies.

  • Sky Swanson, Submerged Aquatic Vegetation data collection methods manual for the Chesapeake Bay.

  • Dylan Taillie, Wood thrush predicted species distribution surrounding the C&O Canal National Park.


The members of the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association gratefully acknowledge the assistance in the production of this workshop from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Integration and Application Network.

Special thanks to Queen Anne’s County Television for filming this workshop for the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association.


**Please be sure to choose a vegetarian or non-vegetarian lunch option at the end of the order form on the registration page**

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