2020 Annual meeting

September 15 & 16

 CONNECT over CONNECTIVITY and shared SOLUTIONS to NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION

THANKS to all our invited speakers, attendees, and sponsors this year!

 

We will continue to post content from the virtual event on this page. The Online Event Guide can also still be accessed for several months. It is a great way to view who participated in the event and connect with your peers. 

2020 TRBN AWARD WINNERS!

Keynote Speaker

Invited Speakers

SCIENCE & MANAGEMENT

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Mr. Andy Hill

In his roles as MountainTrue’s High Country Regional Office Director and Watauga Riverkeeper, Mr. Hill has nurtured partnerships, implemented projects, and conducted scientific research which has had measurable impacts on protecting and enhancing aquatic habitat in the Tennessee River Basin. READ MORE

OUTREACH & COMMUNICATION

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WaterWays, Chattanooga TN

WaterWays began its 16-year existence working solely in the Caribbean helping communities solve watershed issues. Eight years ago, Mary Beth Sutton, WaterWays' Executive Director, brought the organization’s mission back to the Tennessee Valley. READ MORE

Kathy Hoverman, P.E.

Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership | Dr. Jessica Graham

Tennessee Aquatic Connectivity Team | Rob Bullard (TNC) & Pandy Upchurch (TWRA)

NRCS Water Management Center | John Lee

Nonpoint Source Unit @ Alabama Department of Environmental Management | Heather Griffin

City of Chattanooga | Dr. Mounir Minkara

NETWORKING

 A virtual forum to meet new individuals and organizations, get fresh ideas, build confidence, and gain advice and support from our conservation community.

CELEBRATE

A virtual forum to celebrate successes of our Network partners. Two awards are given annually for accomplishments in the field of research, management, outreach, education or communication. 

INFORMATION SHARING

A virtual forum for Network partners and invited speakers to share information across disciplines related to conservation of aquatic life in the Tennessee River Basin. 

COLLECTIVE ACTION

A virtual forum for Network partners to plan strategic and effective collective action. This year we will identify a shared path forward to address connectivity, non-point source pollution, and diversity and inclusion in the work that we do across the Tennessee River Basin.

EVENT prizes

EVENT SPONSORS

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