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Subject:

CBD evolves into new organization: ICE

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Rosalind Renfrew <[log in to unmask]>

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Rosalind Renfrew <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 15 Jul 2007 15:34:31 -0400

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VERMONT BREEDING BIRD ATLAS POSTING

Atlasers,

I apologize to those of you who may have already heard the news via 
the VTBIRD listserv...

I'm am excited to announce that as of Sept. 1, we at the VINS 
Conservation Biology Dept. will have a new identity, independent of 
VINS: the Institute of Conservation Ecology. Our Director Chris 
Rimmer explains more below in a note he sent today to the VTBIRD listserv.

I will continue to direct the atlas, and the only change you will 
notice will be my contact info. I look forward to what I expect will 
be a seamless transition. For now, please continue with data 
submission and communications as you always have. I will alert you 
via this listserv of upcoming changes in contact info. as Sept. 1 approaches.

And now...back to those last few confirmations!

Best,
Rosalind

Greetings Vermont birders -- some of you may have heard by now that 
the VINS Conservation Biology group has decided to separate from the 
mothership and forge a new identity.  As of c. September 1, we will 
officially be the Institute of Conservation Ecology (ICE), operating 
as an independent nonprofit group.  Other than hanging a new signpost 
outside our door (we expect to be temporarily located in White River 
Jct), little will change.  Our mission and mix of programs will 
remain as is, while our commitment to avian conservation and 
Vermont's birding community will be stronger than ever.  We look 
forward to continuing our work with many of you "citizen scientists", 
and we plan to become more directly involved in birding-related activities.

This is a very exciting development for us and in no way signals an 
unhappy departure from VINS.  We may well retain an affiliation with 
VINS and an active role in helping inform their educational 
programs.  This is truly a win-win situation.

For now, the entire Conservation Biology team (Steve Faccio, Eric 
Hanson, Julie Hart, Dan Lambert, Kent McFarland, Roz Renfrew, and 
Chris Rimmer) will remain under the VINS banner.  All of us will be 
making the transition to ICE, and we look forward to continued 
participation in the rich, often entertaining, exchange of 
information that flows across this listserve.

Onward and upward.

Chris

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