Tuesday, August 22, 2017

7th Annual Lehigh Valley Watershed Conference Oct. 17 In Bethlehem

The 7th Annual Lehigh Valley Watershed Conference will be held at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Lehigh and Northampton counties on October 17.
The theme of the Conference is Confluence: Changing Communities and Changing Waters.
The Conference brings together professionals, citizens, watershed groups, municipal officials, professors and students by offering up-to-date engaging and timely information on a variety of water resource topics.
This year’s conference will feature two half-day workshops on invasive species (both plants and insects).
There will be a full-day of continuing education credits available for the professional landscaping community, and a MS4 stormwater pollution prevention track for municipal staff and consultants charged with implementing stormwater regulations.
The Conference’s keynote speaker will be Gary Walters, Assessment Section Chief of the DEP, presenting on the historical water quality data for the Lehigh River and how things have changed over the last century.
Click Here for a detailed agenda.
The Conference will be held in the Lehigh University STEPS Building, 1 W. Packer Avenue in Bethlehem from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
For more information and to register, visit the Lehigh Valley Watershed Conference event page.

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