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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.

Talk Climate Institute

March 25 - March 26

This year’s Institute showcases equitable climate solutions, with a focus on strengthening climate and cultural resilience among Native communities. You’ll learn fun, new ways to have conversations about climate change that build respect and understanding, including through storytelling and art.  Discover your own personal climate story, and learn how to use it as a tool to inspire solutions. The Institute will increase your confidence in understanding climate science, how social justice intersects with climate, and how to take action.

2019 Wisconsin Lakes Partnership Convention and Water Action Volunteers Symposium

April 10 - April 12

This year's theme, Paying it Forward, is a popular concept. When someone does something for you, instead of paying that person back directly, you pass it on to another person instead. This practice can certainly be seen with lake and stream volunteers, professionals in natural resource management, and all those who value our precious water resources. Many of us automatically do this type of activity every day. At the 2019 Convention, we will share some of these inspiring stories of…

Great Lakes Economic Forum

May 6 - May 8

Launched in 2015, the Forum is the only binational conference in the Great Lakes Region that brings all levels government together with business, academia, and the non-profit sector to co-design new ways of positioning the Region to compete in today’s globalized economy while enhancing the well-being of the Region’s citizens and protecting the Great Lakes for future generations. Attended by 300+ senior decision-makers, thought-leaders, and disruptors, the Forum is a must attend event for those who want to actively define…

Rising Voices: Climate Resilence through Indigenous and Earth Sciences Workshop

May 15 - May 17

Rising Voices facilitates cross-cultural approaches for adaptation solutions to extreme weather and climate events, climate variability, and climate change. It has developed into a vibrant and productive cross-cultural network of Indigenous and Western scientific professionals, tribal and community leaders, environmental and communication experts, students, educators, and artists from across the United States, including Alaska, Hawai‘i, and the Pacific Islands, and around the world. At its core, Rising Voices aims to advance science through collaborations that bring Indigenous and Earth (atmospheric,…

2019 National Soil Moisture Workshop

May 22 - May 24

Expanding the Frontiers of Soil Moisture Measurements and Applications- This workshop provides a unique opportunity for leaders in soil moisture research and development to come together in an interactive workshop format to exchange ideas and develop collaborations. This will be the ninth consecutive year for the workshop, which is an initiative of the community of researchers that has developed from the Marena, Oklahoma, In Situ Sensor Testbed (MOISST). Workshop goals: Provide a highly focused venue for presenting cutting-edge research and new…

International Association for Great Lakes Research’s 62nd annual Conference on Great Lakes Research

June 10 - June 14

Fellow researchers from around the world will gather in Brockport, New York, on the shores of the Erie Canal for IAGLR’s 62nd annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Hosted by The College at Brockport, State University of New York, the conference will feature four days of scientific sessions and speakers focusing on our theme Large Lakes Research: Connecting People and Ideas. Mark your calendars for June 10-14, 2019.

Lake Superior: Natural Resources, Culture, Climate Change

June 13 - June 14

Within the Lake Superior basin, global climate change is expected to cause increased annual temperature, decreased snow, increased rain, and more frequent and extreme weather events. These changes are likely to affect local economies dependent upon the aesthetics of water and the region, commercial and recreational fishing, forestry and the manufacture of forest products, wildlife, tourism, recreation, agriculture, and coastal communities with cultural traditions that have evolved over thousands of years. This workshop provides field experience-based climate change investigations within Lake…

Southern Region Water Conference 2019

July 23 - July 25

The conference is Tuesday, July 23 - Thursday, July 25, 2019, at the Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center in College Station, Texas.  Join us for three days of learning, tours, and outstanding networking opportunities! This conference is designed to provide practical information in optimizing water use efficiency and protecting water quality for agriculture in the southeast. Who should attend? Farmers and ranchers, agricultural professionals, researchers, scientists, agency representatives, students. This water conference will feature: • Farmers and specialists describing practices and…

Red River Basin Commission and Southern [Manitoba] Chiefs Organization: Indigenous Partnerships Conference

September 1 - September 30

This conference will be centered around water management issues across the 4 states (MN, ND, SD, MT) and 4 provinces (AB, MB, SK, AL) that share parts of the larger Lake Winnipeg drainage and which most concern indigenous peoples in these areas. More information TBA. Stay tuned.

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