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FINAL BOOKING REMINDER

Managing Natura 2000 rivers: restoration, monitoring and linking with the floodplain

24-25 June 2009

Dinton Village Hall, near Salisbury, England

STREAM is a 1 million conservation project centred on the River Avon and Avon Valley Natura 2000 designated sites in southern England.  It is one of the largest river restoration projects undertaken in the UK, and has developed a range of innovative techniques to restore, monitor and manage lowland rivers and floodplains.

Under the Water Framework and Habitats Directive, an increasing amount of river restoration work being planned across Europe. The STREAM project conference will demonstrate practical aspects of how to plan, manage and implement a large programme of river restoration, develop detailed whole-river restoration plans, and integrate management of river and floodplain Natura 2000 designated sites.   Please find attached further details, and a booking form.

The final booking deadline has been extended for this event - please return your completed booking form to [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> by 29 May 2009.  Places may become available after this date, but please book now to avoid disappointment.

If you have already booked, you will receive a confirmation e-mail by the end of May.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Jenny Wheeldon

<<STREAM conference flyervf.pdf>> <<STREAM_conference_booking_form vf.doc>>

Visit www.streamlife.org.uk<http://www.streamlife.org.uk> for more information about STREAM and its sister project Living River

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