Possibly for the first time ever, all of the Riverkeepers of Georgia spoke at the same event.
All Georgia Riverkeepers: Flint Riverkeeper Gordon Rogers, Savannah Riverkeeper Tonya Bonitatibus, Ogeechee Riverkeeper Damon Mullis, Altamaha Riverkeeper Jen Hilburn, Upper Coosa Riverkeeper Jesse Demonbreun-Chapman, St Marys Riverkeeper Anna Laws, Satilla Riverkeeper Laura Early, Suwannee Riverkeeper John S. Quarterman (Chattahoochee had already left).
- Intro –Carolyn Belcher, GA-AFS Chapter President
- What are Riverkeepers? –Gordon Rogers, Flint Riverkeeper
- Coal Ash –Jen Hilburn, Altamaha Riverkeeper
- Water Quality Monitoring –Jess Sterling, T. P. Dir., Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
- Tax trust funds –Jesse Demonbreun-Chapman, Upper Coosa Riverkeeper
- Georgia instream flow policy –Gordon Rogers, Flint Riverkeeper
- Overview of research collaborations –Damon Mullis, Ogeechee Riverkeeper
- Fisheries Managers and Nonprofit leaders –Anna Laws, St Marys Riverkeeper
- Estuary habitat restoration –Laura Early, Satilla Riverkeeper
- Cutoff bend restoration –Tonya Bonitatibus, Savannah Riverkeeper
- Daily GA-EPD Sewage Spill Reports –John S. Quarterman, Suwannee Riverkeeper
- Panel, All Georgia Riverkeepers
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Videos: All Georgia Riverkeepers speak to American Fisheries Society 2019-02-06
Videos by John S. Quarterman for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS), at Georgia Chapter, American Fisheries Society (GA-AFS), meeting at Lake Blackshear Resort, 2019-02-06.
Thanks to Carolyn Belcher, Presdent, Georgia Chapter, American Fisheries Society (GA-AFS), for inviting us. Thanks to Gordon Rogers, Flint Riverkeeper, for rounding up the usual suspects. Thanks to all the Riverkeepers for speaking.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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