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From Stem to Stern II: Boating and Waterway Management in Florida

From Stem to Stern II 2008
Florida's economic well-being is linked to its freshwater, coastal, and marine resources. Local and state governments face the difficult challenge of sustaining economic viability while maintaining the environmental integrity of their waterways. This challenge is driven by factors that include rapid population growth and an increase in recreational boating and other water-related activity.

The first Stem to Stern Conference in November 2006 served as a unique forum for Boating and Waterway stakeholders from around the State of Florida to gather and discuss the pressing issues facing their counties and regions. Attendees emphasized the importance of the conference in strengthening and developing links between stakeholders and highlighting effective efforts in managing water resources. As a result, a second statewide conference was requested.

Stem to Stern II will present innovative technologies and methods designed to address boating and waterway management issues faced by local and state governments. The conference will also provide a forum for planners, managers, and policy makers to share accomplishments, discuss ideas, and consider priorities for future action.


Location:   Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA
Dates:   May 19-21, 2009
Early Registration Deadline:   March 2, 2009
Official Language:   English
Contact Information:   Program Information:
Bob Swett, Conference Organizer
Coordinator, Florida Sea Grant Boating and Waterway Management Program
University of Florida
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
P.O. Box 110405
Gainesville, FL 32611, USA
Phone: 352-392-6233
Fax: 352-392-5113
Email: rswett@ufl.edu

Registration Information:
Holly Paszko, Conference Coordinator
University of Florida/IFAS
Office of Conferences & Institutes
PO Box 110750
Gainesville, FL 32611-0750, USA
Phone: 352-392-5930
Fax: 352-392-9734
Email: hpaszko@ufl.edu


Home Page URL:   http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/boating2009/

Keywords:   Waterway, Boating, Water resources


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