Environmental Flows-Water for People and Nature in the Southeast
"Developing a dialogue for balancing human and environmental needs for water in a rapidly changing region"
A conference promoted by the Southeastern Environmental Flows Partnership
October 27 to 29, 2008, The Classic Center in Athens, Georgia
* Watershed planning and management for maintaining environmental flows
* Economic issues: Pros and cons of maintaining environmental flows
* Environmental flows for a healthy ecosystem
* Reservoir construction and operation in relation to environmental flows
* Determining flow/ecology relationships
* Working with little data
* Getting stakeholder buy-in
* Linking socioeconomic factors to environmental flows
Registration fees include admittance to all plenary, contributed, and poster sessions. In addition, registration includes 2 evening mixers featuring beverage service and heavy hors d'oeuvres, morning continental breakfast, luncheon, and breaks.
Because of the generous financial support of our co-sponsors, we will not be increasing our registration fees as anticipated. Full conference registration will remain at $175 and student registration will remain at $50. Please complete the registration, which is available online at:
You can register by clicking on the "Registration" link or direct your browser to:
Also, the special room rates previously available at the designated conference hotels have expired. Please request the conference rate when making reservations and some hotels will continue to honor the reduced rate. Hotel information is available on the conference web site at:
Thank you for joining us for this inaugural conference organized by the Southeastern Environmental Flows Partnership. We look forward to seeing you in Athens, Georgia, October 27-29.
Education Program Assistant
Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
Route 2, Box 2324 Newton, GA 39870
(229)734-4706 ext. 289