Meetings and Events

Each year NCAEP holds up to four dinner meetings in Raleigh, and over the last several years we have been expanding our meetings to Charlotte and Wilmington. Topics range across the diverse interests of our membership including natural resources, stream and wetland restoration, NEPA/SEPA, stormwater issues, regulatory updates, environmental ethics, and a variety of other topics. Our past speakers have included senior members of NCDENR, NCDWQ, local governments, and the Whitehouse Council of Environmental Quality. Many of our speakers' past presentations are available on the Past Meetings link. Most of our dinner meetings provide 1 Professional Development Hour of credit for those needing to keep up with certifications.

Each meeting begins with a social hour and gives our members the chance to catch up with old acquaintances and news from other specialties or interests. We then ask our speakers to present from 15 to 30 minutes, followed by a question and answer session. Come join us and learn something new!

Upcoming events

    • 29 Oct 2019
    • 01 Nov 2019
    • Moffatt & Nichol, 4700 Falls of Neuse, South Tower, Suite 300, Raleigh, NC 27609
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    This 4-day lecture and field course will focus on the standard North Carolina methodology (V. 4.11, Sept. 1, 2010) that is used statewide by the Division of Water Resources (DWR) and many local governments for identifying intermittent and perennial streams and their origins. Environmental consultants, federal and state agency personnel, and local government staff members who deal with regulatory programs related to streams are encouraged to attend. Emphasis will be on piedmont streams with a portion of the field work being conducted on coastal plain streams. For more information on the stream identification methodology, see the Division website at http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/wq/swp/ws/401/waterresources/streamdeterminations. During the course we will visit streams of various conditions in three of the Level IV Piedmont ecoregions (Northern Outer Piedmont, Triassic basin, and Rolling Coastal Plain) all in or near Raleigh.

    This course is offered in coordination with the NC Division of Water Resources and follows the same curriculum as the course taught by DWR instructors. The course will include a written and field test. Staff within DFR, DWR, or local delegated programs who take the course and pass the written and field tests will be certified to make definitive determinations of stream origins subject to the buffer rules. Individuals other than those authorized for certification who take the course and pass the written and field tests will receive a "Certificate of Training” that can be used with delegated or designated local governments. Though the method is specific to North Carolina, this course will also be useful for professionals who work in other states such as Tennessee, Georgia and Virginia. In the past, continuing education credits have been requested and approved for Foresters (SAF), Engineers (NCBELS), Landscape Architects (NCBOLA), Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC), and Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ). In addition, others can be sought upon request. Applicants who are interested in continuing education credits must notify us by email well in advance of the class so appropriate arrangements can be made.

    Instructors:

    John R. Dorney has been employed by Moffatt & Nichol since March 2014 after working three years with another private consulting firm and working with the Water Quality Section of the N.C. Division of Water Quality for about twenty nine years. At Moffatt & Nichol, he is responsible for doing environmental permitting as well as being involved in stream and wetland functional assessment. When Mr. Dorney started at the Division of Water Quality, he spent three years working on water quality standards. After that he was the supervisor of the Special Projects Group in Water Quality Planning for three additional years. From 1990 to 2004, Mr. Dorney was been responsible for the 401 Water Quality Certification Program and was supervisor of the Wetlands/401 Unit that is responsible for regulatory review of development projects to ensure compliance with the state’s wetland and buffer regulations. From 2004 to 2011, Mr. Dorney was in charge of the Wetlands Program Development Unit which is responsible for developing and implementing new or modified wetland regulatory policies including developing policy for cumulative and indirect impact as well as FERC permitting and watershed monitoring. Previously Mr. Dorney worked for environmental consulting firms in Wisconsin and Ontario, for local governments and a Native American tribe doing land use and recreational planning and at a research lab at NCSU.

    Sandy Smith has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Davidson College (1983) and a Master of Science in Marine Biology from UNC-Wilmington (1988). For 30 years he has worked as a private environmental consultant in North Carolina, for both small and large firms. He has experience with both private and public clients and has managed over 200 ecological assessments and/or natural systems reports including Section 404 jurisdictional area delineations, riparian buffer determinations, protected species surveys, wildlife surveys, preparation of documents that conform to SEPA and NEPA formats, and permitting in support of transportation corridor alignments, commercial and private developments, and municipality expansions. Mr. Smith was actively involved in the development of the North Carolina Wetland Assessment Method (NC WAM) and the North Carolina Stream Assessment Method (NC SAM), has co-authored several papers on the methods, and has taught courses in the methods for the past 11 years. He took the Surface Water Identification Training and Certification (SWITC) class in August 2010 and has since been using it regularly.

    Dave Penrose retired from the NCSU Water Quality Group in 2008 and moved to the mountains of NC. While at NCSU he worked on assessing the effectiveness of stream restoration projects using biological and functional indicators. Many of these projects were funded by the NC Ecosystem Enhancement Program or the Clean Water Management Trust Fund. Dave cut his teeth as a biologist with the Division of Water Quality where he helped develop bioclassification criteria from streams and rivers, and started working on stream origin determinations using aquatic insects as indicators. Dave was elected as president of the Society for Freshwater Science (formerly the North American Benthological Society). He continues to teach workshops on the ecology and taxonomy of aquatic insects and is active on board and advisory panels reviewing stream restoration policy and rules.

    Logistics: The lecture portion of the course will be conducted at the Moffatt & Nichol offices at 4700 Falls of Neuse, South Tower, Suite 300, Raleigh, NC. Lunch on Wednesday and Friday will be on your own, with several restaurants conveniently located near the Moffatt & Nichol offices or along the way between field sites. For the field trips on Thursday lunch will be provided at a local restaurant. Tuesday lunch will be provided in class on a make-your own sandwich basis with various meats and cheeses provided. All field trips will depart from the Moffatt & Nichol parking lot unless otherwise announced in class. Field trips are conducted in all weather conditions except unsafe weather. If field trips cannot be conducted due to weather, the class or a portion thereof will be rescheduled. Knee boots or hiking boots will be adequate for the field trips.

    The registration fee includes the SWITC manual, field trip transportation and drinking water, Tuesday and Thursday lunches, maps of field sites, soil augers, nets and sorting pans to be used during class. You may bring your own auger and macrobenthos sampling gear, if you prefer. Liability waivers must be signed upon your arrival to class.

    Registration: Class enrollment is set at a minimum of 16 registrants and a maximum of 30 registrants. Please submit your completed application form on or before October 18, 2019 to the NC Association of Environmental Professionals. Registration fees must be received by NCAEP no later than October 21, 2018.  Registrations after October 23, 2019 will be charged an additional $100.00.  Registrants cancelling their registration two (2) weeks or more prior to the event will receive a refund of the registration fee, less a 3% administrative fee. Registrants cancelling between two (2) and one (1) week(s) prior to the event will receive a refund less a 5% administrative fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations less than seven (7) days prior to the event. Registrants may transfer their registration to another attendee with the same membership status (e.g. regular member, government employee member, non-member) at any time. Only one transfer per registration is permitted.

    Tentative Course Agenda

    Tuesday – October 29. Moffatt & Nichol. Personal vehicles to field sites.

    • 8:30 – 9:00 Check in
    • 9:00 – 9:10 Welcome and Introductions (John Dorney)
    • 9:10 – 9:30 SWITC Course; Background, Objectives and Overview (John Dorney)
    • 9:30 – 10:00 Stream Networks and Hydrological Functions (Sandy Smith)
    • 10:00 – 11:00 Geomorphology and the NC Stream ID Method (John)
    • 11:00 – 12:00 Role of Aquatic Biology in Stream ID (Dave Penrose)
    • 12:00 – 12:30 Lunch provided at the facility
    • 12:30 – 1:00 Stream Maps (Sandy)
    • 1:00 – 2:15 Methodology for ID of Intermittent and Perennial Streams (John)
    • 2:15 – 5:00 Field Site – Umstead State Park Stream Sites (in own cars)
    • 5:00 – 6:30 Dinner (on own)
    • 6:30 – 8:00 Procedure for Field ID of Macrobenthos (Dave) in Moffatt & Nichol Building.

    Wednesday – October 30. Moffatt & Nichol. Personal vehicles to field sites.

    • 8:00 – 8:30 Headwater Streams (Sandy)
    • 8:30 – 8:45 Riparian Zones: Definitions and Functions (John)
    • 8:45 – 9:30 Overview of NC Buffer Rules: I and II (John and Sandy, respectively)
    • 9:40 – 9:45 Break
    • 9:45 – 10:05 Forestry and the Buffer Rules (John)
    • 10:05- 10:30 Stormwater Management and the Buffer Rules (John)
    • 10:30 – 10:45 Break
    • 10:45 – 11:15 Urban Streams (John)
    • 11:15- 11:45 Buffer Documentation and Permitting (Sandy)
    • 11:45 – 12:00 Compliance & Enforcement of the Buffer Rules (John)
    • 12:00 – 1:00 Lunch (on own)
    • 1:00 – 4:45 Field sites – Urban Stream Sites in and around Raleigh
    • 5:00 – 6:00 Dinner (on own) (proceeded or following by optional beer summit at local brewpub including optional review session)

    Thursday – October 31. Start at Moffatt & Nichol back parking lot. Vans for field trips.

    • 8:00 – 8:30 Travel to field sites in Lake Crabtree County Park
    • 8:30 – 10:30 Field sites – Triassic Field sites in Lake Crabtree County Park
    • 10:30 – 10:45 Travel to Godbold Park in Cary
    • 10:45- 12:30 Goldbold Park in Cary – urban streams
    • 12:30 – 1:15 Lunch in field at Jimmy John’s (provided)
    • 1:15 – 5:00 Field sites – NCSU Experimental Station in Clayton; Rolling Coastal Plain streams
    • 5:00 – 6:00 Dinner (on own)
    • 6:00 - ? Study for test!

    Friday – November 1. Start at Schenck Forest off of Reedy Creek Road in Raleigh. Meet near front entrance gate. (maps and address provided). Personal vehicles to field sites.

    • 8:00 – 8:15 Review any final questions
    • 8:15 – 9:45 Written test
    • 9:45 – 11:0 Field test – urban
    • 11:40 – 12:30 Travel to rural test sites and field lunch on own between field sites.
    • 12:30 – 2:00 Field test – rural


    • 30 Oct 2019
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • NCDOT Auditorium: 1 South Wilmington St. Raleigh, NC 27601
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    NCAEP is pleased to announce the third round of our lunch and learn partnership with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District.  The second meeting of this round, Permit Applications and Information Submission Processes in the Wilmington District, will be held on 30 October in Raleigh.  The third and final meeting covering this topic will be in Wilmington, NC on 14 November.

    Registration by COB on 28 October is required.  Lunch will be sponsored by McAdams.  Please contact Ward Marotti (wmarotti@wkdickson.com) to learn about subsequent meetings' sponsorship opportunities and to suggest future meeting topics.

    Meeting Abstract:

    The Wilmington District is constantly attempting to find efficiencies in how we communicate with our customers and deliver information to the regulated public.  How we accept, review, and process federal regulatory actions is paramount to ensure effective implementation of our program.  As the push for electronic media continues, we will be implementing updated business processes to streamline the application acceptance process and ensure timely review of project proposals.  In addition to District initiatives, we will also be discussing the requirements for complete permit applications.  Providing the Corps with the information necessary to review a permit application is essential in order for the Corps to expeditiously process the application for your project.  Often, information that is needed for review is a requirement of the regional conditions set forth by this District for the use of Nationwide Permits (NWP).  NWPs used in the Wilmington District contain activity specific regional conditions to ensure minimal impact to the aquatic environment.  Knowledge and awareness of these regional conditions is necessary in order to provide the Corps project manager with a complete application.  Mr. Ronnie Smith and Mr. Tyler Crumbley will be discussing these and other topics to facilitate effective communication and information submission through the permit application process.  Audience questions and interaction are encouraged throughout the meeting.  

    DATE:   30 October 2019
                  Lunch:11:30 AM
                  Presentation: 12:00
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    LOCATION:  NCDOT Auditorium
                        1 South Wilmington St.
                        Raleigh, NC 27601

    • 12 Nov 2019
    • 15 Nov 2019
    • NCDOT New Hope Center, 4101 Capital Boulevard, Conference Room 436
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    This 4-day lecture and field course will focus on the North Carolina Stream Assessment Method (Version 2.1) (NC SAM) that was implemented by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District (USACE) in a public notice dated April 21, 2015. The USACE intends to utilize NC SAM for internal reviews of permit applications, including decisions regarding the amount and type of compensatory mitigation, avoidance and minimization of impacts, or other decisions pertaining to aquatic resource quality and functions on a case-by-case basis. Environmental consultants, federal and state agency personnel, and local government staff members who deal with regulatory programs related to streams are encouraged to attend. Emphasis will be on identification of North Carolina stream categories, determination of evaluation areas, discussion of evaluation concepts and functional assessment metrics, familiarization with common stream aquatic life, experience using the computer rating calculator, and field exercises in both undisturbed and disturbed streams. The course will conclude with a written test and aquatic life practical, and successful students will be presented with a Certificate of Training. Though the method is specific to North Carolina, this course may also be useful for professionals who work in neighboring states. Continuing education credits have been requested and approved for Foresters (SAF), Engineers (NCBELS), Landscape Architects (NCBOLA), Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC), and Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ). In addition, others can be sought upon request. Applicants who are interested in continuing education credits must notify us by e-mail so appropriate arrangements can be made.

    Instructors:

    John Dorney: Senior Environmental Scientist, Moffatt & Nichol and retired from N.C. Division of Water Quality, Wetlands and Stormwater Branch. Mr. Dorney worked with the Division of Water Quality for over 28 years, was actively involved in the development of NC SAM, as well as the N.C. Wetland Assessment Method, and has taught courses in these methods for more than 10 years as well as numerous courses in stream identification in the Southeast. He is an expert in wetland and stream functional assessment, isolated wetlands, as well as wetland and stream permitting and is a lead editor (and chapter author along with Sandy Smith and LeiLani Paugh) for a new book published by Elsevier Scientific entitled “Wetland and Stream Rapid Assessments: Development, Validation, and Application” Edited by John Dorney, Rick Savage, Ralph Tiner, and Paul Adamus”

    Sandy Smith: Senior Project Manager, Axiom Environmental, Inc. Mr. Smith has worked as a private environmental consultant in North Carolina for 31 years, was actively involved in the development of NC SAM, as well as the N.C. Wetland Assessment Method, and has taught courses in these methods for more than 10 years. He is an expert in stream and wetland delineation, functional assessment, and permitting.

    LeiLani Paugh: Mitigation and Modeling Group Leader, N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT), Technical Service, Environmental Analysis Unit. Ms. Paugh has worked for NCDOT for 20 years, was actively involved in the development of NC SAM, as well as the N.C. Wetland Assessment Method, and has taught courses in these methods for more than 10 years. Her background is in wetland delineation and modeling, functional assessment, mitigation, and permitting.

    Larry Eaton: Mr. Eaton helped develop the NC Stream Identification Method and worked on the NC SAM method while it was under development. He has previously taught the Stream Identification class several dozens of times in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Virginia. Mr. Eaton is an expert on the macrobenthos of small streams and has recently completed an EPA-funded study of small streams throughout the Southeastern US (http://iaspub.epa.gov/pls/grts/f?p=101:150:912177168902301::NO::P150_GRT_SEQ:100807#final).

    Logistics: The lecture portion of the course will be conducted in a classroom setting each morning, while field exercises will be conducted at various locations on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons. All field trips will depart from the classroom site, and vans will be provided for transportation for the second and third days. Field trips are conducted in all weather conditions except unsafe weather. If field trips cannot be conducted due to weather, the class or a portion thereof will be rescheduled. Knee boots or hiking boots will be adequate for the field trips.

    The registration fee includes the NC SAM User Manual, class paper supplies, and field trip transportation, as well as field snacks, drinking water and lunches on two field days. Liability waivers must be signed upon your arrival to class.

    Class taught at New Hope Center, 4101 Capital Boulevard, Conference Room 436. This site is in the northwest quadrant of the Capital Boulevard/Buffalo Road intersection. 919-522-6364 (Dorney cell)

    Registration: Class enrollment is set at a minimum of 23 registrants and a maximum of 30 registrants. Payment can be made to the NC Association of Environmental Professionals (NCAEP). All checks will be held until we are certain that the minimum number of students is achieved for the class. Registration fees must be received by NCAEP no later than November 1, 2019. Registrants cancelling their registration two (2) weeks or more prior to the event will receive a refund of the registration fee, less a 3% administrative fee. Registrants cancelling between two (2) and one (1) week(s) prior to the event will receive a refund less a 5% administrative fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations less than seven (7) days prior to the event. Registrants may transfer their registration to another attendee with the same membership status (e.g. regular member, government employee member, non-member) at any time. Only one transfer per registration is permitted. Registrations after November 4 will be charged an additional $100.

Past events

26 Sep 2019 USACE Lunch & Learn - Permit Applications and Information Submission Processes in the Wilmington District
10 Sep 2019 North Carolina Wetland Assessment Method (NC WAM) and Training Course
28 Aug 2019 USACE Lunch & Learn - Wetland Delineation Refresher: Format/Forms/Tools, David Lekson
30 Jul 2019 1-Day NC WAM Wetland Type Field Class - Emphasis on Basin Wetlands
11 Jul 2019 Dinner Meeting - USFWS: Proposed NC T&E Listings
27 Jun 2019 USACE Lunch & Learn - Wetland Delineation Refresher: Format/Forms/Tools, David Lekson
20 Jun 2019 2019 NHP Rare Plants and Natural Communities Workshop
31 May 2019 USACE Lunch & Learn - Mitigation Update: Todd Tugwell
05 Mar 2019 RESCHEDULED - Surface Water Identification and Training Course (SWITC)
21 Feb 2019 USACE Lunch & Learn - Mitigation Update: Todd Tugwell
19 Feb 2019 RESCHEDULED - NC SAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
07 Feb 2019 Legislative Update
31 Jan 2019 Raleigh Winter Post-Holiday Social 2019
06 Dec 2018 Dinner Meeting - New North Carolina Initiatives in Climate Change and Clean Energy - Executive Order 80
26 Nov 2018 USACE Lunch & Learn - Mitigation Update: Todd Tugwell
30 Oct 2018 NC WAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
11 Oct 2018 Dinner Meeting - Bats in the Piedmont and the Impacts of White-Nose Syndrome
03 Oct 2018 Webinar: Tribal Consultation and Engagement in the Era of Streamlining
23 Aug 2018 Dinner Meeting - NCDOT Project ATLAS
19 Jul 2018 2018 NCAEP Annual Pig Pickin'
12 Jul 2018 USACE-Wilmington District Regulatory Program Update - Coordination Procedures for Federally Listed Bat Species in Western North Carolina
21 Jun 2018 Dinner Meeting - USACE: Regulatory Program Update: Introducing the Charlotte Regulatory Field Office
07 Jun 2018 2018 Rare Plant & Natural Community Identification Workshop
24 Apr 2018 NC WAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
22 Mar 2018 Dinner Meeting - Incorporating Ecosystem Services Into NEPA
01 Feb 2018 Charlotte Winter Post-Holiday Social 2018
25 Jan 2018 Raleigh Winter Post-Holiday Social 2018
09 Nov 2017 Dinner Meeting - DMS: Identifying Restoration Priorities Using the Functional Approach
02 Nov 2017 TMDL Alternatives: Category 4b Success Stories and Other Options
10 Oct 2017 NC WAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
04 Oct 2017 2017 Natural Communities and Rare Plants of the Uwharrie National Forest, Montgomery County, NC
28 Sep 2017 Dinner Meeting - DEQ Working Priorities and Themes
19 Sep 2017 NC SAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
14 Jun 2017 NEPA Legislative/Policy Update
06 Jun 2017 2017 Rare Plant & Natural Community Identification Workshop
09 May 2017 Surface Water Identification and Training Course
27 Apr 2017 2017 Pig Pickin'
18 Apr 2017 NC SAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
31 Mar 2017 NC WAM & SAM for Managers
27 Mar 2017 NAEP Conference
08 Mar 2017 Webinar: Environmental Practice in Flux: Transitioning to the Trump Administration
02 Mar 2017 Dinner Meeting - City of Raleigh Mitigation Bank
24 Jan 2017 Dinner Meeting - Proposed Water Quality Permit Revisions: Comment Period Open
27 Oct 2016 Dinner Meeting - NEPA/SEPA Update: Jennifer Haynie, NC Division of Water Infrastructure
13 Sep 2016 NC WAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
18 Aug 2016 Charlotte Dinner Meeting - Charlotte's Umbrella Stream and Wetland Mitigation Bank: Past, Present and Future
05 May 2016 2016 Pig Pickin'
03 May 2016 NC WAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
21 Mar 2016 NC SAM Certification Training: Lecture and Field
25 Feb 2016 Raleigh Dinner Meeting - NC SAM and NC WAM
27 Jan 2016 Raleigh Winter Post-Holiday Social 2016
20 Jan 2016 Webinar: Status of the Clean Water Rule
10 Dec 2015 Raleigh Dinner Meeting - 2015 Legislative Updates
11 Nov 2015 Phase I ESA 1527-13 Updated Requirements for “All Appropriate Inquiries”
02 Oct 2015 October 2, 2015 NATURAL COMMUNITY IDENTIFICATION WORKSHOP, Durham, NC area
01 Oct 2015 Nutrient Management: Implications for Mitigation
01 Oct 2015 October 1, 2015 NATURAL COMMUNITY IDENTIFICATION WORKSHOP, Durham, NC area
10 Sep 2015 Charlotte Dinner Meeting - Advancing the Science, Policy, and Approach of Stream Restoration
13 Aug 2015 Northern Long-eared Bat Listing Update - USF&WS Asheville Dinner Meeting
03 Jun 2015 June 3, 2015 Workshop: Natural Communities and Rare Plants of the Hickory Nut Gorge Area, Rutherford County, NC
14 May 2015 May 14th Raleigh Dinner Meeting - USF&WS listing of the Northern Long-Eared Bat
30 Apr 2015 2015 Pig Pickin'
10 Apr 2015 Spring Herb Identification Workshop
25 Mar 2015 Webinar: Consultation under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act Programmatic: NEPA Reviews
12 Mar 2015 Dinner Meeting - Donald van der Vaart, Secretary, NC Department of Environment & Natural Resources
27 Feb 2015 Winter Plant Identification Workshop (moved to rain date)
25 Feb 2015 Webinar: Guidance on Effective Use of Programmatic NEPA Reviews
12 Feb 2015 Charlotte Winter Post-Holiday Social
28 Jan 2015 Webinar: Integrating Analysis of Greenhouse Gases and Climate Change in NEPA Documents
22 Jan 2015 Raleigh Winter Post-Holiday Social 2015
04 Dec 2014 Raleigh Dinner Meeting - 2014 Legislative Updates
03 Oct 2014 October 3, 2014 Natural Communities and Rare Plants of the Uwharrie National Forest, Montgomery County, NC
02 Oct 2014 October 2, 2014 Natural Communities and Rare Plants of the Uwharrie National Forest, Montgomery County, NC
25 Sep 2014 Raleigh Dinner Meeting - Mosquito and Tick-Borne Diseases
17 Sep 2014 The Role of the Environmental Professional in Disaster Preparedness, Planning, and Recovery
24 Jul 2014 Wilmington Dinner Meeting - Update: Ecosystem Enhancement Program
29 May 2014 Piedmont Rare Species and Mafic Rock Communities Workshop and Fieldtrip to Durham and Granville Counties, NC
22 May 2014 Charlotte Dinner Meeting - The Environmental Management Commission & the Regulatory Reform Act
21 May 2014 NEPA 2013 Legal and Regulatory Update
07 Apr 2014 2014 NAEP Conference in St. Petersburg, FL
03 Apr 2014 Dinner Meeting - John E. Skvarla, III, Secretary, NC Department of Environment & Natural Resources
09 Jan 2014 Winter Post-Holiday Social 2014
05 Dec 2013 Raleigh Dinner Meeting - 2013 Legislative Updates
09 Oct 2013 Charlotte Dinner Meeting - 2013 Legislative Updates
13 Sep 2013 Middle Coastal Plain (Bladen Lakes Area) Rare Plants & Natural Communities Workshop
15 Aug 2013 Clean Water Management Trust Fund and Natural Heritage Program Updates
06 Jun 2013 Coastal Plain Rare Plants Workshop
22 May 2013 2013 Pig Pickin'
21 Mar 2013 Dinner Meeting - John E. Skvarla, III, Secretary, NC Department of Environment & Natural Resources
12 Mar 2013 Raleigh Webinar - ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING UNDER MAP-21 TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
24 Jan 2013 Winter Post-Holiday Social 2013
06 Dec 2012 Regulatory Reform and the Environment at the NC General Assembly
11 Oct 2012 Southern Mountain Rare Plants Workshop
19 Sep 2012 Charlotte Webinar - USACOE Permitting and 401 Water Quality Certifications
19 Sep 2012 Raleigh Webinar - USACOE Permitting and 401 Water Quality Certifications
13 Sep 2012 Will Harman to speak on: A Function-Based Framework for Stream Assessment and Restoration Projects
23 Aug 2012 Water Quality Improvements in Charlotte/Mecklenburg: Planning, Implementation, and Ongoing Opportunities
21 Jun 2012 The Environmental Footprint of Shale Gas and Hydraulic Fracturing
20 Jun 2012 Webinar - NEPA Legal and Policy Update
23 May 2012 2012 Pig Pickin'
20 Apr 2012 Western Piedmont Rare Plants Workshop
29 Mar 2012 Determining Ecological Flows for River Basin Planning in North Carolina
17 Mar 2012 CLEAN JORDAN LAKE
18 Jan 2012 Winter Holiday Social 2012
08 Dec 2011 Environmental Decision Making: From Theory to Participation
15 Nov 2011 USACE Regulatory Update – NCWAM & NCSAM
22 Oct 2011 NCAEP'S BIG SWEEP AT FALLS LAKE
15 Sep 2011 2011 RARE PLANT & COMMUNITY IDENTIFICATION WORKSHOP
08 Sep 2011 EEP Version 2.0
11 Aug 2011 Current Trends in Stormwater Management
15 Jun 2011 NAEP Webinar - NEPA Legal and Policy Update
09 Jun 2011 Consolidated Buffer Rules and other DWQ Updates
19 May 2011 Basinwide Planning / Waters Committee Meeting
17 May 2011 2011 Pig Pickin'
07 Apr 2011 NAEP CEQ Webinar
03 Mar 2011 Compensatory Stream and Wetland Mitigation: An Evaluation of Regulatory Success
12 Jan 2011 Winter Holiday Social
04 Nov 2010 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: Nov. Dinner Meeting @ BB&Y Restaurant
17 Oct 2010 Crowder District Park Invasive Species Workshop
21 Sep 2010 Fall Dinner Meeting @ BB&Y Restaurant
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