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The deterioration of our planet is reversible! When you participate in the Group’s planting and habitat restoration projects you’re restoring the fragile balance in our natural environment and preventing erosion. You’re also rebuilding the places where wildlife live and breed, ensuring they don’t disappear from our area. Each year, Group for the East End involves hundreds of school children and community volunteers in native planting habitatrestoration projectson the South Fork, North Fork, Shelter Island, Riverhead, Hampton Bays and Westhampton.

To find outhow your school or community group can participate, or to nominate a worthy East End location, please contact Anita Wright at 631-765-6450, ext. 206 or acwright@eastendenvironment.org .

Example Projects

H.S. Students Restore the Dunes in Hampton Bays

The Grouporchestrated an expansive dune restoration project at Tiana Beach in Hampton Bays.After contacting theSouthampton Town’s Parks and Recreation Department, we learned the dunes at Tiana Beach were severely damaged by an early winter storm. The Parks Department replaced 6,600 cubic feet of sand in March, and in two hours on a sunny afternoon, 50 volunteers (most were Southampton High School students from Greg Metzger’s science class) planted 8,000 plugs of beach grass, helping to anchor the sand and restore the dune.

East Hampton Students Remove Invasive Species

Students from Springs School Project M.O.S.T. helped with an ongoing project to eliminate invasive Japanese Knotweed from the nature preserve at Louse Point, East Hampton. Ready with gloves and shovels, they learned first hand that knotweed develops a deep and tough taproot, making it very hard to dig up. After an hour of diligent digging and pulling, students discussed (over cookies) the problems invasive plants can cause and the importance of using native plants in our yards and gardens.

Aquebogue Elementary Students and Parents Create Native Plant Buffer

The Grouporganized a habitat restoration project with financial support from the Peconic Estuary Program, approval from the Town of Riverhead, and most importantly hands on help from Ms. White’s 3 grade class at Aquebogue Elementary School. The students walked down to Meetinghouse Creek Park right on the bay, where we discussed the importance of native plants and how plants can help provide a buffer between runoff from roadways (and the pollution it might contain) and our precious local bays. The students and parent volunteers then dug right in, planting ~90 native plants in clusters throughout the waterfront park, while keeping an eye out for interesting insects and discussing how our efforts could help a variety of wildlife.

Greenport Girl Scouts Restore Beach Habitat and Prevent Erosion

2018 Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner Registration Renewal FAQs

Effective at 11:59 p.m. EDST on June 30, 2018, all current drug dispensing registrations for physicians with last names that begin with the letters A through L (“A through L physicians”) will expire unless successfully renewed during the Board’s upcoming renewal period. This is separate and distinct from medical license renewal.

Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner registration renewal for A through L physicians begins on May 2, 2018 and ends at 4:30 p.m. EDST on Friday June 29, 2018. Failure to renew by this deadline will result in registration expiration. Because there is no grace period for office-based dispensing/administration of controlled substances after expiration, the Board strongly encourages early renewal.

2018 Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner Registration Renewal FAQs

Changes to the Board’s legislative rule governing office-based dispensing went into effect on July 5, 2017.These changes may affect whether or not you choose to renew your current registration.

If you engage in office-based dispensing and/or administering of controlled substances, including free samples of controlled substances, you must be registered with the Board as a Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner.

If you engage in office-based dispensing and/or administering of controlled substances, including free samples of controlled substances, you must be registered with the Board as a Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner.

You do not need to maintain dispensing registration with the Board if: (1) you only administer and/or dispense non-controlled substance medications in an office-based setting; or (2) your administration or dispensing of controlled substances is limited to hospitals (including emergency departments), other in-patient settings or ambulatory surgical centers.

If you are an A through L physician and you intend to dispense and/or administer controlled substances, including free samples of controlled substances, in an office-based setting after June 30, 2018, you must be registered with the Board as a Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner and need to apply for renewal for each of your West Virginia office-based dispensing locations.

Complete and submit the Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner renewal application. A link to the application is also available on the Board’s homepage. Please note that your Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner registration renewal will not be processed until you have completed your medical license renewal because you must have a valid medical license to receive a controlled substance dispensing registration.

No. While you will be required to download your renewal application from the Board’s website, an online renewal process is not available for the renewal of Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner registrations in 2018.

Complete renewal applications with the appropriate fee must be received by the Board before 4:30 p.m. EDST on Friday, June 29, 2018 .

You are the only person authorized to renew your dispensing registration.The Board’s renewal application includes several verifications and an attestation that require you to personally complete and submit your renewal application. Allowing anyone else to complete the verifications and/or attestation on your behalf can constitute misconduct and/or fraud.

The biennial renewal fee is $30 for each dispensing location. Once renewed, your registration will be valid for each dispensing location from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020.

No. All you need to submit is your completed two-page application and the appropriate fee.

You will need to know:

Your WVBOM license number is easily accessible on the Board’s website.If you do not remember your WVBOM medical license number, use the “Look up a Doctor or PA” search feature to locate your number. If you call the Board for your license number, you will be redirected by Board staff to the Board’s website search feature.

This is a new requirement as of July 5, 2017 based upon a change to the Board’s legislatively-approved rule governing office-based controlled substance dispensing.

Your DEA registration number is on the top left-hand side of your Controlled Substance Registration Certificate issued by the US Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration.DEA certificate holders may also look up registration information at the DEA website at Clearance Store Sale Online Pleaser Adore 708STAR AnkleStrap Platform SandalWomens Clear PVC/Black GlitterABRS Discount Reliable Outlet Locations Shop Offer Cheap Online Outlet Best Wholesale YFnhA
. Do not contact the Board for your DEA number.

Once your renewal application has been processed, your controlled substance dispensing registration expiration date will be updated to June 30, 2020 on your Board website profile.Renewal certificate(s) will be sent to your mailing address of record with the Board.If you have registered multiple locations, you are responsible for ensuring that each certificate is maintained at the correct dispensing location.

No. You must have a valid unrestricted DEA number to register or renew your registration as a Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner.

Yes. You must register as a Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner if you administer or dispense any controlled substances, including free samples of controlled substances, in an office-based setting.

No. You are no longer required to register with the Board if you only dispense and/or administer non-controlled substances.If you no longer need to be registered with the Board, simply let your current registration expire.

No. You are not required to register with the Board unless you dispense or administer controlled substances in an office-based setting.

No. Your dispensing registration expired, effective 11:59 p.m. EDST on June 30, 2018, and you are not authorized to administer or dispense controlled substances in an office-based setting at this time. There is no grace period for dispensing controlled substances after your registration expires.

Your dispensing registration expired, effective 11:59 p.m. EDST on June 30, 2018, and you are not authorized to administer or dispense controlled substances in an office-based setting at this time. There is no grace period for dispensing controlled substances after your registration expires.

Please contact the Board for the appropriate application.

What is a Controlled Substance Dispensing Practitioner registration and how is it different from a regular drug dispensing registration?
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What do you do when you spend weeks, months or even years working on something that just doesn’t… work? What story do you tell yourself?

Imagine you’re walking across a rope bridge that you’ve walked across a hundred times. As you’re crossing, you suddenly feel one of the planks snap beneath your feet, and watch it plunge into the rushing river below. You freeze, with your foot suspended in mid-air. In that moment, what you do next is incredibly important . If you panic, you might end up in the river too. Or, you might freeze in place, unable to move. Either way, you are in trouble.

How do you get moving again? You have to tell yourself a story about all of the times you’ve successfully crossed the bridge in the past, and remind yourself that you’ve got this .

If you work long-arc projects, you probably know the frustration and pain of having a project fail to live up to expectations. After expending so much time, energy, and focus on something you care about, it can be devastating when it just doesn’t click. What you do next is very important. The story you tell yourself in those moments may define the next few years of your life and work.

Unfortunately, if you aren’t intentional about that story, one will be chosen for you. In Itasca Authority 8 Buy Cheap Visa Payment Pictures Online Limited Edition Sale Online ajPCVF
, I wrote about how false narratives can draw you off course and prevent you from standing firm in the face of uncertainty. The narratives you tell yourself define your life and work.

Psychologist Martin Seligman explained that there are three ways in which our internal beliefs or narratives become damaging: we make them personal, pervasive, and permanent.

Personal: I failed, so I must be a failure . Pervasive: I failed in this instance, so I’ll probably fail in every instance. Permanent: I failed once, so I’ll probably fail always .

Personal: Pervasive: Permanent:

Of course, each of these three narratives is a lie, but in the moment it feels very true. The narrative fills the vacuum previously filled by our unmet expectations. It’s collateral damage we experience when walking through the refining fires in the depth of the valley of the creative process.

I’ve walked through these moments of failure in my work, and I know how difficult it is to believe “you’ve got this.” I’ve reminded myself that I’ve walked this “bridge” a hundred times in the past, and I can do it again. More than anything, I’ve tried to ensure that the “3 P’s” don’t define how I see my circumstances. As I wrote in Louder Than Words ,

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