NASECA WI 12th Annual Conference
Advancements in Stormwater and Erosion Control

February 5 & 6, 2015
8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Lussier Family Heritage Center
3101 Lake Farm Rd.
Madison, WI 53711

Registration- Closed
Full Conference:  $225                                  Single-day Registration:  $120
Attendees may register for the full Conference or a single-day of the Conference online with credit card or by mailing a completed registration form with check or credit card payment.

We’re sorry, registration is closed due to full space capacity.

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Program Overview
NASECA-WI hosts the State’s largest event focused solely on erosion control and stormwater management. This two-day conference will be divided into an erosion & sediment control focus (day 1) and a stormwater focus (day 2) so you can attend one day or both to suit your interests.

Thursday, February 5 – Erosion & Sediment Control Focus (6 CEs)
The following is a list of confirmed topics and speakers.  Please check back soon for additional information.

Topic Speaker
USGS: Permeable Pavement Bill Selbig, U.S. Geological Survey
Soil Loss & Sediment Discharge Calculation Tool Amy Minser and Erik Hennigsgard, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Yahara Pride Jeff Endres, Berry Ridge Farms
Building an Ethical Culture Rick Kyte, Viterbo University
Coal Tar Sealcoats – A Stormwater Liability David Liebl, UW-Madison
The Importance of Engineered Designs for Slope Stabilization on Critical Sites Bob Race, RLC Engineering
Using Spatial Rainfall Distribution to Drive Hydraulic Models John Reimer, Dane County Land and Water Resources

Friday, February 6 – Stormwater Focus (6 CEs)
The following is a list of confirmed topics and speakers.  Please check back soon for additional information.

Topic Speaker
Agriculture NonPoint Anna Fehling, Montgomery Associates
Water Law Drainage Paul Kent, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
NOAA Atlas 14 Precipitation Data Mike Hahn, Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission and Annette Humpal, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Stormwater Facility Maintenance Costs and Insights Greg Fries, City of Madison; Rick Eilertson, City of Fitchburg, Public Works; Dan Bekta, WDNR, Bureau of Watershed Management
Performance and Capacity of Compost Biofilters in Urban Runoff and Green Infrastructure Applications Britt Faucette, PhD, LEED AP, CPESC
EPIC Renewable Energy & Stormwater Management Robert Brandherm, Epic Systems and Nathan Lockwood, D’Onofrio Kottke & Associates Inc
MS4 TMDL Guidance Eric Rortvedt, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Continuing Education Credits (CE)/Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services has approved this program for 10 hours of continuing education credit for Commercial Building Inspector (CBI), Dwelling Contractor Qualifier (DCQ), Journeyman Plumber Restricted Service (PJRS) , Master Plumber-Restricted Service (PMRS); UDC Construction Inspector (UCI), Utility Contractor (UC). These credentials are administered by Trades Credentialing Unit in the Division of Professional and Credential Processing. These credits could apply toward PE continuing education requirements.

Thank You to Conference Sponsors

Platinum Level Sponsors
Gold Level Sponsors
County Materials Corp.

Conference Sponsorship
We invite those companies and service providers in the areas of stormwater and erosion control to exhibit with us!  Please visit Annual Conference Sponsorship Opportunities for more information.

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