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Iowa Rural Water Association 44th Annual Conference

February 18 - February 20

A Full Conference Registration includes all training, admission to the Exhibit Hall and the Monday night Welcome Reception, IRWA Tuesday Social, all three lunches and breaks.  One-Day Only registration includes training, admission to the Exhibit Hall and lunch. ATTENTION City Clerks/ Mayors/Council Members! We offer a Tuesday Exhibit Hall only pass for those just wanting the opportunity to visit with our vendors (lunch and Training Sessions NOT included).

Wetland Science Conference

February 19 - February 21

The annual Wetland Science Conference is a program of Wisconsin Wetlands Association. The two-day conference includes a keynote address, organized symposia, topical oral sessions, a poster session, working groups, a banquet, and field trips to area wetlands. Join other scientists and professionals of the wetland and water community of Wisconsin and the upper Midwest to: Share your wetland research, restoration, management, or outreach program; Learn new identification and assessment approaches and techniques; Hear about approaches to incorporating wetlands into watershed & community…

Midwest Cover Crops Council 2019 Annual Meeting and Conference

February 20 - February 21

Cover Crops and Soil Health: The Practical Way Forward February 20 will be the MCCC annual business meeting including state reports and a board meeting. February 21 will be the MCCC annual conference. Agenda details to come. Follow the link for more information!

Drought Planning Workshop

February 21

North Dakota State University Extension is collaborating with the Drought Mitigation Center to host a drought planning workshop, February 21, 2019 at the North Central Research Extension Center in Minot, ND.The objective of this workshop is to provide participants with the tools and skills needed to develop a drought plan for their individual ranch. During this one day workshop participants will learn about the impacts of drought, tools available for drought planning, how to develop a plan and how to…

North Central US Monthly Climate and Drought Summary and Outlook

February 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This is a National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and climate partners monthly briefing that covers the region from the Rockies to the Great Lakes. Subject matter includes a summary of past and current conditions in terms of many climate variables like snowpack, temperatures, precipitation, etc. In addition, potential and ongoing impacts from climate phenomena will be considered across sectors (e.g., agriculture, water resources, navigation). Finally, outlook information from two weeks to the next few months/seasons will be discussed.

Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium

February 24 - March 27

The Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium (UMSRS) presents a unique opportunity to bring together regional stream restoration practitioners so they may share experiences and expertise with colleagues working within similar environmental and land-use conditions.  Attendees from multi-disciplinary backgrounds will hear about innovative restoration designs and approaches as well as have the opportunity to network with the region’s leading stream restoration practitioners.

State of the Lake: A tri-state water quality discussion

February 26 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Since the 2014 Toledo’s water crisis, a lot has been said about the Lake Erie algae bloom issue, and the local agriculture community, in general, has been taking the blame for being responsible for the generation of nonpoint sources pollution. (Nonpoint sources are associated with the interaction of land use activities and the hydrological cycle). To help the local community and farmers at the western Lake Erie basin have a better understanding of why dissolved phosphorus is such a problem…

Water School: Essential Resources for Local Officials — Clinton River Watershed

February 27 - February 28

If you’re interested in learning about the many facets of water, its importance to our economy and environment, and what you as a local official or decision maker can do to protect this valuable resource, please plan to attend Michigan State University (MSU) Extension’s 2-day Water School: Essential Resources for Local Officials. The MSU Extension Water School is a joint project between MSU Extension and Michigan Sea Grant. MSU Extension Water School is a policy-neutral, fact-based program. The objective of the two-day…

St Louis River Summit

March 5 - March 6

The St. Louis River Summit brings together key audiences working in the region. It provides the opportunity to learn: 1.      The status and findings of current research, 2.      Results of implementing projects, and 3.      Ideas and status for future work. The Summit actively fosters communication, networking and problem-solving on issues affecting the environmental health of the estuary and related community well-being.

Great Lakes Day Congressional Breakfast

March 7

The annual Great Lakes Day Congressional Breakfast will feature dialogue on Great Lakes priorities by regional leaders and members of Congress who play a critical role in shaping Great Lakes policies.

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