The Symposium was scheduled for April 30th but has been postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. A new date will be announced soon. Thank you!
Join the Pinelands Preservation Alliance for a one-day symposium on coastal and bay related topics in New Jersey. Our bays and coastline are the focus of a variety of initiatives and research including habitat restoration, rare species occurrences, resiliency and climate change. This symposium will be an opportunity to hear 30-minute presentations from local experts and share thoughts and ideas with stakeholders and interested individuals.
Date: To Be Announced
Location: Pinelands Preservation Alliance, 17 Pemberton Rd, Southampton NJ 08088
Speakers represent regulatory agencies, academia and non-profits. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided for all in attendance.
- Jessica Ray, Staff Scientist, Center for Environmental Studies at Raritan Valley Community College
- Helen Henderson, Ocean Planning Manager for Mid-Atlantic Region and Capt. Alek Modjeski, Habitat Restoration Program Director for the American Littoral Society
- Jim Vasslides, Ph.D., CFP, Program Scientist, Barnegat Bay Partnership
- Josh Moody, Ph.D. Restoration Programs Manager, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
- Meghan Kolk, Fish & Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New Jersey Field Office
- Lisa Auermuller, Rutgers University, Assistant Manager at Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences (Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve)
- Ron Smith, Environmental Science Educator/Citizen Science Coordinator, Haddonfield Memorial High School
Questions? Contact Ryan Rebozo, Director of Conservation Science at email@example.com or 609-859-8860 x 126.
This symposium is funded by the Michael & Caroline Huber Fund for Pinelands Science and Policy.
This fund was created in 2019 with an initial gift from Robert and Joan Rechnitz in honor Mike Huber, PPA’s beloved founding board chairman who passed away in 2009, and Caroline, who remains a great supporter of our work. This fund is dedicated to paying the costs of holding symposia, lectures and workshops that meld good science with good policy, since we can only get the policy right if we understand the causes of problems facing the Pinelands. With the Huber Fund, PPA can now bring experts from around the continent to participate in vital policy discussions.
You can support the fund here.