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National Hydric Soils Workshop

Atlantic City NJ

March 27-29, 2001

General Information

At the last Wetlands Regulatory Workshop it was established that there was a need for a workshop to convey an in-depth understanding of hydric soils and their importance in wetland delineation, regulation, mitigation and construction. The Hydric Soils Workshop is intended to transfer information regarding hydric soils and wetlands to a wide array of professionals including wetland scientists, regulators, resource managers, academicians, non-profit organizations, consultants and others involved with hydric soils.

The first day of the Workshop will be devoted to informative presentations designed to impart the attendees with the basics of hydric soils as well as the most current scientific information regarding hydric soils. The second day of the Workshop will consist of panel discussions of latest issues relating to hydric soils in a regulatory context. The third day of the Workshop will be a field trip to the New Jersey Pine Barrens to observe hydric soils that exist in this unique landscape and to investigate some of the new hydric soil indicators. This tour of hydric soils will be conducted by several wetland regulators as well as members of the Mid-Atlantic Hydric Soils Committee.

Learn what the important factors are regarding hydric soils, and learn how the regulators interpret hydric soils in their decision-making process by attending this valuable Workshop.

Workshop Schedule

Tuesday  9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am to 5:10 pm
Thursday - Field Trip 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Cancellations/Refund Policy

Cancellations for registration must be received in writing by March 15, 2000. A $50.00 cancellation fee will be deducted from the refund. There will be no refunds issued after March 15.

Accommodations

Accommodations are provided by the Holiday Inn. Hotel reservations for rooms must be made directly with the Hotel. A Hotel Registration Form is included for this purpose. Please register early as the number of rooms reserved are limited. Deadline for a guaranteed reservation is March 15, 2001.

Travel

By Rail: New Jersey Transit offers service to Atlantic City from Philadelphia=s 30th Street Station. AMTRAK connects to the New Jersey Transit at 30th Street Station.

By Air: Atlantic City is served by many airlines. Easy commuter connections can be made via Philadelphia International, Newark International, New York=s LaGuardia and JFK International, Baltimore/Washington International and Washington National. An airport shuttle is offered from Philadelphia & Atlantic City Airports to Atlantic City. For information, please call 1?888-824-7767.  

By Land: From the North, major interstate highways connect with the Garden State Parkway South to Atlantic City Expressway. From the South, I?95 to Delaware Memorial Bridge to Rt. 40 to Rt. 322, or take Cape May/Lewes Ferry in Delaware to Garden State Parkway North to Atlantic City Expressway. From the West via Philadelphia, Walt Whitman Bridge to North/South Freeway to Atlantic City Expressway. Take Atlantic City Expressway East to Pacific Avenue turn right (South) and proceed to Chelsea Avenue. Turn left toward the Boardwalk, the Holiday Inn is on the left just before the Boardwalk.

Social Event Information

Tuesday 5:15 pm Social Hour - Scribbles Café, Holiday Inn

7:00-10:00 pm Workshop Mixer - Constitution Ballroom, Holiday Inn

Wednesday 5:10 pm Social Hour - Scribbles Café, Holiday Inn

Thursday 5:00 pm Social Hour - Scribbles Café, Holiday Inn

For more information contact:

 Frank Reilly at (540) 286-0072 or  Ralph J. Spagnolo at (215) 814-2718

 

 

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