VIMS David Rudders (right) talks with Virginia Sea Grant-funded research Donna Bilkovich (left) about her turtle mapping. ©Will Sweatt/VASG

VIMS David Rudders (right) talks with Virginia Sea Grant-funded research Donna Bilkovich (left) about her turtle mapping. ©Will Sweatt/VASG
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On Wednesday February 1, Virginia Sea Grant (VASG) held its 3rd annual Project Participants’ Symposium—a meeting that enables VASG partners to network and learn while helping to plan the future of VASG. About 100 researchers, students, and other partners gathered in Richmond for the Symposium, which was followed by the annual Seafood & Wine Reception. The Reception, cosponsored by VASG and the Virginia Seafood Council, drew more than 200 attendees, including VASG institutional partners, state legislators, and agency representatives.

Read more about the 2012 Symposium at bit.ly/2012vasgsym

Dashana talks about Virginia accident lawyer Wayne O’Brya…

Dashana The best part is that the lawyers here they stay on top of the insurance company. If I had gone through this and done it myself, the process would have taken a lot longer. The lawyers really did a great job and they gave me what I deserved. (Mr. OBryan) personally came out to my job, and we had some problems with the lady that was supposed to be filling out some paperwork and (Mr. OBryan) agreed to come out there another day so it was no problem. He personally came out there and that was great. I was very happy, very satisfied.
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