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Article from the September 2017 edition
The view of the city of Chattanooga, TN  and the Tennessee River from Point Park.
A view of Chattanooga and the Tennessee River from Point Park.
IAN and UMCES staff engage stakeholders at Tennessee River Basin Network meeting
Heath Kelsey, Bill Dennison, and Dylan Taillie of the Integration and Application Network and Eric Davidson and Andrew Elmore of UMCES Appalachian Lab traveled down to Chattanooga in mid-August to engage Tennessee River Basin Network members in the report card process. During the workshop, participants identified values and threats to the Tennessee River Basin and drafted the regions of the basin so local stakeholders would feel empowered by the report card results. The Tennessee River Report Card will be released in the late Fall of 2017. Read more about the Chattanooga trip here.

The Integration & Application Network is an initiative of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.
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