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January 4-6, 2017
27th Annual No-Spills Conference
Acme, MI
The Northern Michigan Waterways Hazardous Material Spill Planning Committee coordinates an annual conference that addresses prevention and mitigation of hazardous material spills on Michiganís Great Lakes and its tributaries. The theme for the 2017 No-Spills Conference is New and Innovative Technology for Spill Prevention & Response. See website for more information.
Contact: Linda Hensel
Phone: (989) 621-5242
E-mail: lhensel09gtc@gmail.com

January 13-14, 2017
Science, Practice & Art of Restoring Native Ecosystems Conference
East Lansing, MI
Join us on January 13 & 14 for a great line up presentations; connect with natural areas professionals, volunteers, and researchers with decades of experience as well as students and newcomers to the field. Discover new ideas and techniques that you will into practice in your daily work. Through plenary talks, focused presentations and workshops, conference participants will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of ecosystem restoration.
Contact: Lauren Ross
Phone: (734) 996-3190
E-mail: lauren@stewardshipnetwork.org

January 14, 2017
Ludington Regional Fisheries Workshop
Scottville, MI
Michigan State University Extension and Michigan Sea Grant invite you to attend the 2017 Ludington Regional Fishery Workshop. The workshop will include presentations on Lake Michiganís plankton problems, tribal fishing, salmon and trout tagging program and more.
Contact: Dan O'Keefe
Phone: (616) 994-4572
E-mail: okeefed@msu.edu

January 21, 2017
Winter Stonefly Search
Ann Arbor, MI
Come join a group of volunteers and experts to search for stoneflies! You will be guided through a stretch of stream or river in search of these little guys. Experienced researchers will educate you on how we determine the health of the stream or river you are visiting. Stoneflies live only in good quality streams and rivers, so this will help tell us about the problems in the water. . Adults and children welcome, but each child must be accompanied by an adult. The event is about 4 hours long and approximately half of that is spent indoors.
Contact: Jason Frenzel
Phone: 734-769-5123
E-mail: jfrenzel@hrwc.org

January 21, 2017
Rouge Winter Stonefly Search
Dearborn, MI
Join a team to search for sensitive aquatic insects that hatch from the river in winter and whose presence indicates good water quality. No prior experience required.
Contact: Sally Petrella
Phone: 313-792-9621
E-mail: spetrella@therouge.org

January 21, 2017
Clinton River Watershed Winter Stonefly Search
Rochester Hills, MI
Come join the Clinton River Watershed Council as we search for the winter stonefly. These aquatic insects are most active during colder months and their presence in the river indicates good water quality.
Contact: Matt Einheuser
Phone: 248-601-0606
E-mail: matt@crwc.org

January 25, 2017
Great Lakes Seminar Series: Galen McKinley
Ann Arbor, MI
Please join us for a Great Lakes Seminar Series presentation on Spatial variability and potential long-term trends in Great Lakes carbon.
Contact: Mary Ogdahl
Phone: 734-763-3010
E-mail: ogdahlm@umich.du

January 28, 2017
Great Lakes Fisheries Educational Session
Traverse City, MI
A Great Lakes Fisheries Educational Session will be held during the Michigan Fish Producers Association Annual Conference. There is no registration fee. Topics will range from lake levels to cisco restoration, local seafood suppliers, cormorant management, and more.
Contact: Ron Kinnunen
Phone: (906) 226-3687
E-mail: kinnune1@msu.edu


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