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Cape Coral Canals A Public Conference on Water Quality and Quantity Saturday, March 25, 2006, Cape Coral High School Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program, the City of 9:00 Registration (Doors will open by 8:30) Cape Coral and others are hosting this free Public 9:15 Welcome and Introductions: Connie Jarvis, Conference because we want to know what you think. With City of Cape Coral; Mayor Eric Feichthaler; 400 miles of canals in 116 square miles and a rapidly Maran Hilgendorf, Charlotte Harbor growing population, water issues are on the minds of many National Estuary Program; Valerie Tutor, in the City of Cape Coral. Valerie Tutor & Associates, Inc. During this day-long public conference, three topics will 9:30 The Nature of Cape Coral’s Water be addressed in sessions that will include brief Expert: Dr. William Hammond, FGCU presentations from experts, facilitated small group 10:30 Break discussions and verbal reports. Final consensus and 10:45 Water Quality summaries reached at this conference will be funneled to Expert: Dr. Stephen A. Bortone, Sanibel- proper committees and government officials with follow Captiva Conservation Foundation Marine up attention! Laboratory This conference is sponsored by: 11:45 Lunch, Networking and Displays 12:45 Water Quantity Expert: Susan Sylvester, South Florida Water Management District 1:45 Break 2:00 Prioritizing Concerns and Suggestions to Johnson Engineering, Inc. Protect the Health of Cape Coral’s Canals Thanks to. . . conference sponsors: Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program City of Cape Coral Johnson Engineering exhibitors: Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program City of Cape Coral Environmental Resources Division Caloosahatchee River Citizens Association - Riverwatch Lee County Extension Services Florida Yards & Neighborhoods Florida Department of Environmental Protection Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserves & Charlotte Harbor Preserves State Park Friends of the Charlotte Harbor Aquatic Preserves Johnson Engineering, Inc. Lee County Natural Resources Division Lee Soil & Water Conservation District Mobile Irrigation Lab Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Marine Lab Southern Data Streams Southwest Florida Watershed Council door prize donors: All Native Garden Center Cape Coral Eco Park - Four Mile Cove Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Native Plant Nursery Scuba Quest Venture Out Trading Company Water 911 City of Cape Coral Environmental Resources Division South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Origins media: Cape Coral Breeze News-Press volunteers: Cape Coral Garden Club The Cape Coral High School Key Club and to many others who helped promote the conference and volunteered the day of the conference.
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