The 20th Annual Schuylkill River Watershed Congress will be held on March 11 at the Pottstown campus of the Montgomery County Community College from 7:30 to 3:15.
The Congress will start off with a panel discussion of water monitoring with keynote speakers Dr. John Jackson, Senior Research Scientist from the Stroud Water Research Center and Faith Zerbe, Water Watch Director for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network. The panel will be moderated by Erik Silldorff, Restoration Director for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network.
Congress participants can submit their questions to the monitoring panel in advance by email.
Among the workshop topics are--
-- Local Actions, Regional Results: Municipal Actions For Water Quality
-- Is Groundwater Important In Your Watershed? And Why
-- Implementation Of Stormwater BMPs In Core Creek Watershed
-- Lessons Learned From A Multi-Phased Stormwater Demonstration Project
-- Green Stormwater Infrastructure
-- Engaging Your Community In Green Stormwater Planning
-- Master Watershed Stewards In The Schuylkill
-- Behavior Change For Environmental Stewardship
-- Building Your Outreach Capacity
-- Tours of the Aquaponics Laboratory
Click Here for a details schedule of presentations. Click Here to get the free Watershed Congress app.For more information on online registration, exhibit and sponsorships opportunities and more, visit the Schuylkill River Watershed Congress webpage.