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Get Your Voice Heard about Importance of Boating Industry in New England

All New England Saltwater boaters are invited to a free workshop to discuss the importance and value of the recreational boating industry.

Specifically, participants will:
• Learn about and provide input on the results of the 2012 Northeast Recreational Boater Survey, an innovative study to characterize the spatial and economic activity associated with the recreational boating industry in the Northeast

• Receive an update on regional ocean planning efforts, help identify issues facing the recreational boating industry and discuss how ocean planning can address these issues

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“Coastal Boating in the Northeast: A workshop to discuss
economic and spatial data collected by the 2012 Northeast Recreational Boater Survey”

Tuesday, April 16, 2013
from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
NH Coastal Program, Pease Field Office
Pease International Tradeport, 222 International Drive, Suite 175 Room A
Portsmouth, NH 03801

Light Refreshments Provided
To Register, Email kstarbuck@seaplan.org
Space is Limited
RSVP by April 4th
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Re: Get Your Voice Heard about Importance of Boating Industry in New England

I can't be there, but I would love to see the results of that survey. If appropriate and you can publish them here, that would be great. Or a link to them.


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