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The 7th Annual Soil and Water Conservation Society conference will be held virtually this year. This year’s conference theme, “Expanding Horizons: Where Conservation Meets Innovation,” evokes images of the expansive views of the region and the deep and varied soil horizons that make Iowa’s farmland some of the most productive in the world. This year’s theme also speaks to the broadening of individual perceptions and experiences as attendees discover new concepts, partners, and advancements in soil and water research. Registration…
The 5th annual meeting will be held virtually July 30-31st. This year’s theme is Soil Health: The Foundation for Regenerative Agriculture, reflecting the opportunity we have to address climate change, water quality, food production, biodiversity, and many other pressing issues by improving soil health. Soil Health: The Foundation for Regenerative Agriculture is a free virtual event. Registration for the event will open in early May.
The NTICC is open to all US tribal nations and Indigenous Peoples from throughout the world, with an emphasis on including our Elders and Youth. The NTICC will convene experts on climate change and will include a balance of Traditional Indigenous Knowledges and Western Science.
Important Dates Proposals for special sessions due: September 16, 2019 Special session acceptance: October 2019 General call for abstracts issued: October 2019 Abstracts due: January 24, 2020 Abstract acceptance: Late February 2020 General questions about the 2020 UCOWR/NIWR Conference can be directed to: Karl Williard (email@example.com), Executive Director of UCOWR This event was originally scheduled for June 9-11, 2020 but has been rescheduled.
INFRASTRUCTURE – the pipes, pumps, wires, and technology – is the unseen backbone supporting our modern lives, but investment has lagged nationwide and much of it is aging. The communities of the Great Lakes Basin face critical water infrastructure needs for rehabilitation and replacement. Shifting population patterns and the need for preparedness against man-made and natural threats place increasing demands on drinking water and wastewater utilities. The 2020 Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Conference, a first-of-its-kind regional conference hosted by the Michigan Department…
The next One Water Summit will take place June 2-4, 2021 in Milwaukee. Please save the date!