Calendar of Events

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June 3–5
NYWEA Spring Technical Conference and Exhibition
SYRACUSE — Save the date for the New York Water Environment Association event.

June 26–28
2013 AWRA Summer Specialty Conference
HARTFORD, CT — "Healthy Forests = Healthy Waters" will address the many issues associated with forest management for the protection of water supplies and aquatic communities.

March 20–22
2013 Design-Build for Water/Wastewater Conference
ORLANDO — Closing session will feature George Hawkins of DC Water, speaking about the world's largest advance wastewater treatment plant at Blue Plains.

April 28–May 1
Florida Water Resources Conference
ORLANDO — Dedicated to preserving and enhancing Florida's water environment, the FWRC is a joint conference of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association, the Florida Water Environment Association, and the Florida Water and Pollution Control Operators Association.

Jan. 24–25
2013 Kansas Natural Resources Conference
WICHITA, KS — Join natural resource professionals, students and managers representing more than six professional societies to discuss the advancements and research surrounding the field of natural resources at this annual conference.

March 6–8
2013 RMLUI Annual Land Use Conference
DENVER — This year’s conference will focus on changing demographics, emerging trends, and the tools that can help communities grow and change to serve the shifting priorities of their populations.

March 28–29
2013 Biological Treatment Symposium
DENVER — AWWA's first research symposium focused on biological drinking water treatment will give researchers and practitioners a chance to interact with one another on a one-on-one basis and share successful research and applications, as well as to determine research and utility needs. 

Sept. 15–18
28th Annual WateReuse Symposium
DENVER — Includes technical presentations, poster presentations, facility tours, networking receptions, and a comprehensive exhibition.

March 10–13
Utility Management Conference
PHOENIX — In February 1989, AWWA and WEF collaborated as hosts of the first Joint Management Conference in New Orleans, La., to address the mutually important topic of successful utility management in a changing society. Now, 25 years later, as water utilities are challenged to do more with less, the Utility Management Conference becomes even more important to the water sector.

April 16–19
7th International Conference on Irrigation and Drainage
PHOENIX — Participants will include water resource professionals, irrigation district and water agency managers and staff, engineers, scientists, consultants and academicians from the U.S. and overseas.

Oct. 2–4
Water Smart Innovations 2013
LAS VEGAS — Sixth annual session attracts professors, government employees, organizations, public and private institutions, policymakers, students and others working in the field of water conservation or urban water efficiency.

Feb. 12–14
Wisconsin Wetland Association's 18th Annual Conference
SHEBOYGAN, WI — Members of the regional wetland community convene to discuss the latest in wetland science, management, restoration, and protection issues around the theme "Great Wetlands, Healthy Watersheds."

Feb. 24–27
2013 Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium
LA CROSS, WI — 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.

July 29–Aug. 2
5th National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration
CHICAGO — NCER is an interdisciplinary conference on large scale ecosystem restoration presenting state-of-the art science and engineering, planning and policy in a partnership environment.

Oct. 5–9
WEFTEC 2013
CHICAGO — Save the date for the 86th annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference.

Feb. 5–7
12th Annual River Restoration Northwest Stream Restoration Symposium
STEVENSON, WA — This symposium focuses on stream restoration questions of concern to project planners, designers, engineers, biologists, regulators, land managers or owners, and community stewards throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

May 15–16
9th Annual Idaho Water Reuse Conference
BOISE — These annual conferences enable water and wastewater operators, engineers, public works directors, elected officials, consultants, developers, attorneys, environmental advocates, and other professionals to continue their education, network, and discuss key issues related to water reuse in Idaho and the West.

May 8–10
2013 PNWS-AWWA Conference
SPOKANE, WA — Includes a great technical program and fantastic networking opportunities, including golf and a 5K run.

April 7–10
2013 Sustainable Water Management Conference
NASHVILLE — The 2013 Sustainable Water Management Conference will be a true sustainability conference focused on water resources integration. This conference seeks to combine technical presentations with in-depth discussions on legal, regulatory, and legislative matters facing water utilities today.

May 19–22
13th National Watershed Conference
TUNICA, MS — The format for the conference is a forum addressing both current and future water resource issues related to conservation, management and flood protection on a watershed scale.

Aug. 18–22
StormCon 2013
MYRTLE BEACH, SC — The only professional conference and exposition where you can learn about the latest stormwater program management innovations, BMPs performance case studies, research, technology and services.

April 28–May 2
2013 NGWA Summit
SAN ANTONIO — The national and international conference on groundwater will feature Charles Fishman, bestselling author of "The Big Thirst," as the keynote speaker.

July 21–24
ASBE International Meeting
KANSAS CITY — ASABE 2013 presents a forum to expand awareness of current industry trends, promote and acknowledge innovations in design and technology, and provide opportunities for professional development – all with a focus on the economic, political and societal impacts facing the industry.

Nov. 2–6
2013 Irrigation Show & Education Conference
AUSTIN — The Irrigation Association brings together experts and stakeholders from industry, academia and the public to define best practices for effective water management and define sound policies to ensure the availability, quality and conservation of water supplies.

Feb. 5–6
Inorganic Contaminants Symposium
SACRAMENTO — Leading U.S. and international experts gather to share the latest knowledge on inorganic contaminants in drinking water - sources and occurrence, treatment, regulation, and communicating their risks.

Feb. 10–13
IECA Annual Conference
SAN DIEGO — This is the premier educational event for the erosion, sediment control and stormwater industry. Environmental Connection combines intense, full and half day training courses with topic-focused technical sessions and the largest expo of its kind.

Feb. 14–15
Water 101: The Basics and Beyond
IRVINE — The Water Education Foundation will have a day-and-a-half course on California water basics and water district board member governance at Irvine Ranch Water District. The course is open to anyone, but will be especially beneficial to water resource industry staff, engineering and environmental firm personnel, legislators, legislative staff, advocates, stakeholders, environmentalists, public interest organizations and water district directors. Top speakers are committed to teach the course led by Foundation Board Member Byron Buck, executive director of the State and Federal Contractors Water Agency. Registration fee is $250 and includes all educational materials, coffee breaks, lunch on Feb. 14, and a graduation certificate upon completion of the day-and-a-half course.

March 11-13
U.S. RWQC Conference
HONOLULU — Open to scientists, government administrators and regulators, beach managers, stakeholders and other individuals, who are interested in learning about the many issues related to the application of U.S. recreational water quality criteria as well as the new tools that may be used to determine site specific criteria.

March 14–15
WEF Executive Briefing
SACRAMENTO — The 30th Annual Executive Briefing, “Changing Currents,” will hear from a wide range of speakers on all sides of the issues – panel discussions will include speakers from leading agricultural, environmental and urban water stakeholders and governmental agencies. Topics to be discussed include Emergency Preparedness and Response: What Can We Learn from Hurricane Sandy?; Delta Update; The Obama Administration’s New Appointees; California Agriculture: Current Issues and Future Challenges; The Colorado River Basin Study; Stormwater and the 2Rs: Resource and Regulations; and Human Rights to Water Legislation: What’s Next. A silent auction to benefit the Foundation's Water Leaders Class will be conducted.

March 25–28
AWWA's California-Nevada Section 2013 Spring Conference
LAS VEGAS — Tackles questions that are a constant concern for water utilities, whatever their size and location. Attendees will hear about the difficult choices for water resource planners in a changing Western U.S. climate; challenges utility employees face to keep ahead of new rules and technologies; how boards and managers are ensuring that financial requirements can be met; and much more.

Nov. 3–7
Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition
LONG BEACH, CA — The premier conference for water quality professionals around the world.

Nov. 3–7
CERF 2013
SAN DIEGO — The 22nd biennial conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Foundation call for sessions and workshops is open.


 

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