Healthy Watersheds, Healthy Waters: Emerging Perspectives on Sustainable Watershed Management
Posted on Oct 21st, 2016
Hudson River Watershed Alliance Annual Watershed Conference 2016 Healthy Watersheds, Healthy Waters: Emerging Perspectives on Sustainable Watershed Management Wednesday, November 2, 2016 8:30 am to 4:45 pm Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library & Home Hyde Park, NY
Featuring a keynote address and book signing by Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, the New York Times Best Selling author of Blue Mind, and a keynote address by Peter Iwanowicz, Executive Director of Environmental Advocates of New York.
Conference Summary: This event will focus on key challenges, policies and opportunities for managing water resources at a watershed scale. Speakers include leading voices in the scientific, government and advocacy sectors discussing emerging research findings, case studies and views on protecting drinking water sources, engaging people to care for water, preparing for the effects of climate change, and addressing environmental justice and degradation related to water resources.
Notes about registration:
Registration fee covers full-day conference and lunch catered by Gourmet to Go.
All payments must be received to secure your registration.
There is no same-day registration.
Registration will end by October 31, 2016 or when registration is filled to capacity. There is limited space available.
Please contact Maureen Cunningham at email@example.com for more information on sponsorship/exhibitor/poster space, if you are a municipality/organization unable to pay by credit card and/or to obtain a student discount or a discount for those dealing with economic hardship.
Our pre-sale of Dr. Wallace J. Nichols' book, Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do, is now closed. You can purchase the book on your own through Amazon (or through AmazonSmile using the Hudson River Watershed Alliance as your designated charity) or at www.slowcoast.org.