How to quarry around the Endangered Species Act

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association is hosting a seminar next week to help aggregate producers better understand the Endangered Species Act.

The webinar, Don’t Let Endangered Species Act Requirements Threaten Your Project,  is set for November 19 from 1-2pm (EST) and will give a detailed overview of the requirements under the act.

The aim is to help aggregate producers avoid any costly delays.

“With more and more species being listed as endangered, and proposed expansion of how habitats are defined, aggregates producers need to understand the requirements of the Endangered Species Act when getting federal and state permits,” the association says.

“This one-hour webinar will give an overview of what is required by the industry under the Endangered Species Act, and recent developments including the Northern Long Eared Bat.”

For more information and to register for the event, go to the association’s website.

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