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Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy: Protecting Watershed Resources in a Changing Climate
Please join us on Tuesday, January 29th at the Sheraton Colonial Boston North Hotel and Conference Center on One Audubon Road in Wakefield to hear about what worked and didn't work as public officials along the East coast responded to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy last fall. We will also explore how some of the lessons learned from this tragedy can inform our local and regional efforts to protect watershed resources in a changing climate. This event is geared toward municipal officials, conservation commission members, community leaders, town planners, residents, environmental groups, and anyone involved with protecting coastal or watershed resources. Participants will have a chance to hear from expert panelists and provide valuable input into ongoing planning efforts.
8:30 a.m. Registration / Continental Breakfast
9:00 - 12:00 p.m. Program
Meeting space and refreshments were generously donated by the Sheraton Colonial North Hotel & Conference Center.
This is event is sponsored by the Saugus River Watershed Council, Geosyntec Consultants, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, and the Massachusetts Environmental Trust.
Register online today at www.saugusriver.org.