Chatham’s Dynamic Shoreline – SOLD OUT
Speaker Ted Keon
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 – 5:00 PM
Join the Atwood Museum on March 9th for an informative lecture on Chatham’s ever changing and dynamic coastline. This lecture will be presented by Ted Keon, Director of Coastal Resources for the Town of Chatham, who will discuss how shoreline change and inlet development impact many aspects of Chatham life as well as the management challenges that these changes create.
Keon first started as the Director of Coastal Resources in 1998. He is Chatham’s primary contact regarding coastal processes and issues related to the marine and shoreline environment. Keon is directly in charge of the town’s comprehensive dredging, shoreline change, and sediment management program. Prior to his position with Chatham, Keon was the Chief of the Coastal Planning Section of the Philadelphia District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During his tenure with the Corps, Mr. Keon was actively involved in the planning and development of numerous shore protection, navigation and other coastal related projects and activities along the coasts of New Jersey, Delaware and Delaware Bay.
Reservations are no longer available for this lecture.