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River Full of Fish: North America Celebrates World Fish Migration Day

Join leaders and river-advocates from around North America in this two-part live webinar celebration of free-flowing rivers!
When Oct 22, 2020
from 01:00 PM to 06:30 PM
Where virtual
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Contact Phone (315) 749 6182
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World Fish Migration Day is rapidly approaching, and we are gearing up for North America’s celebratory event: Rivers Full of Fish Webinar on October 22nd! We invite you, your colleagues, your community partners, and your fellow fish-lovers to virtually join in the celebration of free-flowing rivers!

 The two-part webinar will take place on October 22nd at 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm EST.  Please visit for more information (including program) and to register. And please send this invitation along to any contacts that may be interested in attending!


The two-part webinar will showcase science and technology and celebratory narratives from the past, present, and future of river restoration efforts across North America focused on the importance of river restorations and protecting our waters and fisheries. Featured speakers include Carrie Selberg, Office Director for Office of Habitat Conservation at NOAA Fisheries, Keith Ellenbogen, Professional Underwater Wildlife Photographer at SUNY/Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, New York and Visiting Artist at MIT Sea Grant, and many more.


We look forward to meeting you virtually in celebration of free-flowing rivers in just two weeks! Register and learn more (including more about the program) at

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