March 28, 2024

April 26 Symposium to Focus on Ways to Protect and Preserve the North Landing River and Albemarle Sound

Registration is just $30 and attendees can earn continuing education credits.

Anyone interested in restoring and preserving the North Landing River and Albemarle Sound Estuarine watershed is invited to a one-day symposium on April 26.

Hosted by the Virginia Beach Green Ribbon Committee, the symposium will foster opportunities for networking as well as educate participants about exciting new research, collaborative efforts and projects to preserve and advance the watershed.

Virginia Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources Travis Voyles will give the keynote address, and breakout sessions will cover wetlands, living shorelines and the Supreme Court ruling on Sackett v. the Environmental Protection Agency.

This event will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Convention Center, 1000 19th St., on Friday, April 26.

The $30 registration fee includes a boxed lunch. Attendees will also be eligible to earn continuing education credit for the following fields:

  • Landscape architecture
  • Engineering
  • Floodplain management
  • Environmental science
  • Planning

Register online at by April 23.

For more information, contact Whitney McNamara or PJ Scully at (757) 385-4621.

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