FLICC invites you to join your colleagues at a joint Natural Resources Information Council at the Library of Congress Madison Building Mumford Room (6th Floor) on June 19, 9:30-3:30. Registration fees will be waived for federal attendees. More information available at http://www.nric.info/ . Speakers and topics include: 1. Tom Lahr (USGS) – USGS Biological Informatics Program 2. Andrew Jones (Williams College) – Migratory bird monitoring tools and data – Saw Whet Owls 3. Joseph Weber (Virginia Natural Heritage Program) – Use of geospatial data to analyze Natural Heritage Program resources 4. Pamela Arroues (Montana Dept of Environmental Quality) – Quality Analysis, Reporting and Documentation system (WARD), Library Internet Search Application (LISA) and the Clean Water Act Information Center (CWAIC) 5. Dean Walton (University of Oregon) – Recent Hi-tech tools (GeoPhyloBuilder, Bibapp, & SPecify) for data analysis, management, and display. 6. Anne Roy – (USFWS) The finding what’s hard to find in the Fish and Wildlife Service. 7. Stuart Gagnon (University of Maryland) - Federal inter-agency effort, CEAP (Conservation Effects Assessment Project), and the Water Quality Information Center's efforts to support the national evidence-based program in place to evaluate agricultural conservation practices. 8. EPA – EPA Libraries For questions about the conference, contact Dean Walton, Ph.D., Science Librarian /Assistant Professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (541) 346-2871. For questions about access to the building, contact the FLICC office at 202-707-4848. There will be an optional field trip to Great Falls MD on Saturday June 20.