Upcoming MeetingsMay 14 - 15, 2015, ApalachicolaWaterfronts is thrilled to be working with the City of Apalachicola to hold a Program Managers meeting in mid-May! The upcoming meeting will feature a special cast of presenters, covering topics…See More
The National Working Waterfront Network Community Center is an online community building personal connections among individuals involved with working waterfront and waterway issues around the country. Here, members of the NWWN Community Center can ask questions, find learn about the experiences of others, seek out experts, read NWWN documents and explore issues and questions.
SouthCoastToday.com reported that "The new Fishing Heritage Center plans to develop exhibits and presentations, including an orientation film, to tell the story of New Bedford's fishing industry." http://goo.gl/DF1byk
Florida Sea Grant, the National Sea Grant Law Center, and the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium are sponsoring the 4th National Symposium. We are pleased to announce that the symposium will also incorporate the third edition of Florida’s reoccurring state conference: Stem to Stern: Boating and Waterway Management in Florida.
Providence Business News reports that "Mayor Angel Taveras has signed an amendment to Providence’s zoning ordinance designed to block mixed-use development along the Allens Avenue waterfront and protect industrial uses there"
"paves way for creation of more high-paying blue-collar jobs"