Public Forum on Marine Protected Areas; March 7 in Washington, DC


Public Forum on Marine Protected Areas; March 7 in Washington, DC


The National Marine Protected Areas Center is developing a framework for the national system of marine protected areas (MPAs), as directed by Executive Order 13158. Input from stakeholders, agencies, authorities, and the MPA Federal Advisory Committee is key to the development of this guiding document. The framework will describe the rationale, goals, and components of the national system, as well as the processes for designing and implementing it based on sound science and broad stakeholder input.


To ensure that the national system of MPAs fully represents the nation’s interests in the marine environment, the MPA Center is holding a series of public forums around the country to solicit input. Each forum will begin with a presentation from MPA Center staff. Then participants will break into small groups to ask questions, discuss relevant issues, and provide input on the national system.


The first Public Information and Feedback Forum will be held on the evening of March 7, 2005, in Washington, D.C.


If you have any questions or wish to RSVP, please write to mpa.comments@noaa.gov.


More information is posted at: http://mpa.gov/national_system/.


Public Forum on Marine Protected Areas; March 7 in Washington, DC


The National Marine Protected Areas Center is developing a framework for the national system of marine protected areas (MPAs), as directed by Executive Order 13158. Input from stakeholders, agencies, authorities, and the MPA Federal Advisory Committee is key to the development of this guiding document. The framework will describe the rationale, goals, and components of the national system, as well as the processes for designing and implementing it based on sound science and broad stakeholder input.


To ensure that the national system of MPAs fully represents the nation’s interests in the marine environment, the MPA Center is holding a series of public forums around the country to solicit input. Each forum will begin with a presentation from MPA Center staff. Then participants will break into small groups to ask questions, discuss relevant issues, and provide input on the national system.


The first Public Information and Feedback Forum will be held on the evening of March 7, 2005, in Washington, D.C.


If you have any questions or wish to RSVP, please write to mpa.comments@noaa.gov.


More information is posted at: http://mpa.gov/national_system/.

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