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The call for papers for the 2012 Ozark Studies Symposium has been released, and is attached here. This event is held in September each year and hosted by Missouri State University in West Plains, MO. The Symposium mostly focuses on Ozark cultural themes/issues, but the organizers always welcome presentations relating to natural resources. Here is a link to last year's symposium: http://ozarksymposium.wp.missouristate.edu/
Registration for Ozark Summit 2012, "Restoration in the 21st Century" closes on June 5. Join us in Springfield, MO June 12-14 for workshops on conservation easements, accessing NARDAR restoration funds, technical paper sessions, restoration site visits, and much much more! Check out the conference web site with links to registration!http://ozarks.cr.usgs.gov/ozark_summit_2012.htm
Ozarks Water Watch Week schedule is up. The Ozark Summit is an official event/sponsor.http://www.ozarkswaterwatch.org/waterwatchweek.php
The first newsletter from the Oak Woodlands & Forests Fire Consortium has been published. You can view the newsletter and sign up for future ones here:http://www.oakfirescience.com/newsletters/
Okay, I'm going to visit the Current River!!!
A sweet little video about the Current River published just today by Friends of Ozark Riverwayshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkncYIMsnNI&feature=youtu.be&...
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