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tion and the national network of NOAA's Sea Grant College Program educators.
CONTACTS: Vicki Clark, Virginia Sea Grant, Phone: (804) 684-7169; Email: vclark @vims.edu; Lee Larkin, Virginia Sea Grant, Phone: (804) 684-7172; Email: larkin@vims.edu

SEA GRANT CALENDAR SPOTLIGHT:
Summit for the Sustainability of the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Industry
March 6, 2003 - March 8, 2003, Westin Oaks Hotel, Galleria Mall, Houston, TX
Event Web Site: http://shrimpsummit.tamu.edu
This is a summit of government, industry, scientists and environmental/conservation groups from the US and Mexico to identify elements of a sustainability shrimp industry and develop a strategic plan to accomplish these elements of sustainability. The gathering is sponsored by the Texas Sea Grant College Program in association with the other Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Programs and NOAA's National Sea Grant Office
CONTACT: Ralph Rayburn, Texas Sea Grant College Program, Phone (979) 845-7526;
Email: ralph-rayburn@tamu.edu


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Contact: Ben Sherman
sherman@nasw.org
202-662-7095
National Sea Grant College Program
24-Feb-2003


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