State of the Nanticoke

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Thank you to all our presenters who made our event a success!

We also appreciate all those who attended the first State of the Nanticoke Conference. 

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If you weren’t able to make it to the event, you can view the presentations using the schedule below!

1. Click on the image below, it will open a PDF in a new window.

2. To view a presentation, click on the title or presenter’s name. 

3. You will be taken to a page where you can view the selected presentation.

4. Click the back button on your browser to view another presentation

5. The presenters’ contact info is provided below. 

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Leave a Comment about the conference if you haven’t already!

 

Watch Videos from the Conference on YouTube:

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STATE OF THE NANTICOKE PRESENTERS
Frist Last Name E-mail Organization Presentation
Beth Wasden Bethwasden@NanticokeRiver.org Nanticoke Watershed Alliance 10+ Year of Water Quality Data in the Nanticoke
Ed Lewandowski edlew@udel.edu University of Delaware/Sustainable Coastal Communities Initiative Reimagine Laurel:  Using Water Quality as a Driver for Community Redevelopment
Trisha Newcomer tnewcomer@seafordde.com City of Seaford Oyster House Park
Kelly Jacobs kjacobs@udel.edu University of Delaware Water Resources Center Economic Report of the Nanticoke Watershed
Larry Trout jeisenhardt@rkk.com RK&K MS4/TMDL Restoration Initiatives: Approaches For Nanticoke Watershed
Georgie Cartanza cartanza@udel.edu University of Delaware BMP’s and Environmental Stewardship in Poultry Production
Tyler Monteith Tyler.Monteith@delaware.gov DNREC Improving Soil Health One Grain at a Time: Innovative Survey Methods to Track Soil Conservation Practices
Timothy Rosen Trosen@shorerivers.org ShoreRivers Conservation Drainage – Achieving Agronomic and Environmental Goals
Erika Koontz ekoontz@umces.edu University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory Water Quality Trends and Agricultural Best Management Practices in the Choptank River Watershed
Dave Harp dharp@chesapeakephotos.com Chesapeake Photos River Stories
Tom Horton swanfall@gmail.com Salisbury University River Stories
Susanna Brellis susanna.brellis@kci.com KCI Technologies, Inc. Nanticoke River- Wicomico County Watershed Assessment
Matt Whitbeck matt_whitbeck@fws.gov Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge Using Thin Layer Sediment Placement to Build Marsh Resiliency on Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Joanna Ogburn joanna@jboconservation.com JBO Conservation, LLC Land Conservation in the Nanticoke: A Collaborative Affair
Jennifer Dindinger jdinding@umd.edu UMD Sea Grant Extension Sea Grant Extension’s Watershed Restoration & Protection Program in the Nanticoke Watershed
Stephanie Dalke spdalke@umd.edu UMD Environmental Finance Center Identifying Opportunities to Help Achieve Chesapeake Bay Pollution Reduction Goals
AshLeigh McKinney AshLeigh.McKinney@delaware.gov Delaware State Parks – Youth Conservation Corps Mission Resource: Youth Conservation Corps
Bex Lyons rebeccaalyons22@gmail.com Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School Outward Bound Sea Kayak Expeditions in the Nanticoke Watershed: A Week of Paddling, a Lifetime of Love for the Bay
Nan Zamorski nanzamorski@gmail.com Reclaim Our River ROR Nanticoke!
Mike Naylor mike.naylor@maryland.gov Maryland DNR SAV Restoration in the Nanticoke
Ian Park ian.park@delaware.gov DE DFW Atlantic Sturgeon in the Nanticoke River
NWA STAFF MEMBERS
Lisa Wool LisaWool@NanticokeRiver.org Executive Director
Beth Wasden BethWasden@NanticokeRiver.org Volunteer Coordinator
Evan Deckers EvanDeckers@NanticokeRiver.org Education Coordinator
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Older Information:

Where: Perdue Hall, Room 156

@ Salisbury University

When: 9am-5pm (Check-in and Coffee open at 8:30)

How: Register Now to attend the event

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If you would prefer to pay by check, please stop by the NWA office:

113 Old Ocean Gateway

Vienna, MD 21869.

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We’re a busy bunch, so please be sure to call ahead to ensure that we will be in the office that day!

You can reach Evan at (410)443-8878.


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Free parking will be available on campus on August 7, 2019, for those attending the State of the Nanticoke Conference.

Please be advised that you may NOT park in a reserved spot (i.e. the president’s parking spot), nor may you park in a handicapped spot without the proper placard.

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To avoid being ticketed in the future, you must apply for a visitor’s parking pass for any other visits you may make to the SU campus. Visitor’s parking passes are available at the parking services office or online at https://webapps.salisbury.edu/parking/visitor/.

Requests for a visitor’s parking pass are free of charge but must be made at least 48 hours in advance.