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The Annual General Meeting of the Sunshine Coast Conservation Association will be held on Wednesday, the 19th day of June, 7 PM at Mission Point House, Davis Bay. The agenda is:

Only members in good standing as of March 22st, 2013 are entitled to vote.  So, if you were already a member in 2012, but have not renewed your membership for 2013, please come prepared to pay your dues ($20 single, $30 family, $40 non-profit group; cash or cheque only). New members who joined the Association after March 22nd, 2013 are welcome to attend, but will not be permitted to vote.

Light refreshments will be served following the meeting.

Sean Cullen has lived on the Sunshine Coast since 1998, and has over 20 years of experience in biological research and environmental effects assessments. Starting in the late 1990s, following graduate work at SFU's Centre for Wildlife Ecology, Sean was engaged in research on Marbled Murrelets. This research included using radar techniques to establish baseline population estimates for major watersheds throughout the South Coast, from Harrison Lake to Bute Inlet.

Sean is a Registered Professional Biologist of BC and recently led a multi-disciplinary team to complete an environmental assessment for a major proposed mine in northwestern BC - culminating in a 25,000 page submission currently under BCEA Act and CEA Act review process. Sean lives in Roberts Creek with his wife, Heather Evans-Cullen, and 4 boys ranging from 5 to almost 16, and is currently employed as Manager, Environmental Assessments at Ecofish Research Ltd.

Sean will present his overview and experiences with the environmental assessment process in B.C., take questions and facilitate discussion.