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Protecting and Celebrating the Genesee River Basin

  • 03/17/2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online Webinar
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  • Due to COVID-19 webinars will be offered at no cost. However, if you would like to donate to the Chapter to help fund Earth Day Grants, DEC Summer Camp Scholarships and other charitable efforts, please register here
  • Due to COVID-19 webinars will be offered at no cost. However, if you would like to donate to the Chapter to help fund Earth Day Grants, DEC Summer Camp Scholarships and other charitable efforts, please register here.
  • Due to COVID-19 webinars will be offered at no cost. However, if you would like to donate to the Chapter to help fund Earth Day Grants, DEC Summer Camp Scholarships and other charitable efforts, please register here.

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Protecting and Celebrating the 

Genesee River Basin


Please join the GFL AWMA Chapter for this free online webinar!

Speakers:  George Thomas, Director, Genesee RiverWatch

Where:  Online Webinar - Zoom

When:  Noon, Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Cost: Free Event

RegistrationPlease register online at  Events

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George will show what Genesee RiverWatch has done and plans to do in the future to:

1) Improve the quality of the water in the Genesee River;

2) Encourage people to explore, experience and celebrate the river;

3) Enhance public knowledge of the Genesee River and strive to increase commitment to its future health and use; and

4) Facilitate educational experiences to connect students and teachers to the Genesee River Basin. 

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About the Speaker  

George is currently the Executive Director of Genesee Riverwatch (Formally the Center for Environmental Initiatives) a position he has held since January 2008. Prior to taking this position he had various volunteer and contract roles at Genesee RiverWatch beginning in 2003 with hosting the inaugural facility tour of then CEI’s monthly Green Drinks event. 

George is an environmental professional with a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering who has successfully developed and implemented a wide variety of environmental development and engineering programs and projects at Eastman Kodak Company for 33 years. Additionally, he held a variety of leadership positions including engineering and maintenance manager, purchasing supervisor and leadership team member, along with chairman of several multi-stakeholder teams.



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