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TRBN Network News Issue 35 November 2022

Your Network News | Success to celebrate and AOP workshop

MEET YOUR NETWORK
K. Gregg Elliot | K. Gregg Elliot Consulting

Gregg Elliot is a talented communication professional with a background in conservation policy. Gregg participated in this year's planning committee for our annual conference and we are grateful to have Gregg and her unique skill set as part of your Network. 

Read Gregg's Full Interview RESOURCES 

Clean Water Act Owner's Manual

The updated manual provides fundamental tools for local groups, grassroots advocates, and diverse stakeholders to interpret and apply the Act

Access Manual

Mycelium Map

The Mycelium Map offers a number of approaches to undertaking the complex and iterative work of centering justice, equity, and cultural responsiveness in the context of landscape stewardship.

Access Here

Blueprint Release

The latest update to the Southeast Conservation Blueprint, version 2022, is now available! Just like previous versions, it identifies priority areas for a connected network of lands and waters.

Keep Reading

ARTICLES 

Mayfly Decline

The World’s Oldest Winged Insect Is in Trouble. How Frightened Should We Be?
Washington Post Article

Success!!

Coosa Moccasinshell

Biologists from three states released over 240 juvenile Coosa Moccasinshell mussels in two pristine Alabama streams in an effort to save one of the rarest mollusks in the world.
BamaBuzz Article WORKSHOPS 

AOP Workshop

Feb 5-10 | Gainesville GA

This workshop will present the USDA Forest Service’s
stream simulation method, an ecosystem-based approach for
designing and constructing a channel through a road-stream
crossing structure that reestablishes physical and ecological continuity along the stream corridor.
MORE INFO