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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Leah Bunce headed to Fiji

Hey team, just want to flag that our friend and colleague, Leah Bunce of Conservation International is headed to Suva on Sunday. She's been talking with Shannon, Kathleen, and Hollis, but I'll be updating her on our projects first thing tomorrow.

As most of you know, CI has a new employee in Fiji, and we have been thinking about ways to work with their Marine Managed Area Science (MMAS) project for awhile. Va, my friends Josh and JF who you met may have talked to you about some of these projects.

I am setting Leah up with Va for a meeting, if possible. I will be posting more information soon.

1 comment:

Va Rarabici said...

Liz,

Still have not received a word from Leah... Have they arrived. Will also check out with CI here..

Va