Monday, January 5, 2009

Green-infrastructure group meeting set for 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8, 2008

Sent: Monday, January 05, 2009 6:38 PM
Subject: Progress report meeting GIP Working Group reps with Resource Team Thursday 1/8 6pm

Greetings all and a Happy New Year to you,

To some this will seem short notice, but I tried to reach you to schedule an opportunity for the Resource Team to meet with Working Group representatives a couple of weeks ago and was not very successful...not to worry...I hope you all had a pleasant holiday season. With the Working Group reporting-out deadline of January 15th quickly approaching, the Resource Team felt we should press ahead with scheduling a time to get together.

The following date, time and location has been set:
Thursday, January 8, 2008, 6pm (in a classroom to be determined) at the Pauline Whittaker Equestrian Center on the U of A Farm campus.

The Resource Team would like to hear a casual report from at least one representative of each of the Working Groups about your progress and what, if anything, you need to complete your undertakings. So be in touch with your Working Group colleagues and see who can attend to give us a quick and dirty update. It is time to schedule what will no doubt prove to be a very interesting and exciting meeting where each group can report-out on their results.

Please RSVP.

Hope all is well with each of you,

Barbara Elaine Boland
Green Infrastructure Planning, Project Coordinator
Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association

"Green Infrastructure is our nation's life support system - an interconnected network of waterways, wetlands, woodlands, wildlife habitats, and other natural areas; greenways, parks and other conservation lands; working farms, ranches and forests; and wilderness and other open spaces that support native species, maintain natural ecological processes, sustain air and water resources and contribute to the health and quality of life for America's communities and people." USDA Forest Service, Green Infrastructure Working Group's definition of Green Infrastructure.

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