NASECA-WI 14th Annual Conference & Trade Show
Advancements in Stormwater and Erosion Control

Ho-Chunk Convention Center
Meeting Room: Lower Dells A/B/H/I

Wisconsin Dells, WI
February 1-2, 2017

Registration and breakfast begin at 8:30 am.
Educational sessions will conclude by 4:30 pm each day. 

Please join us for a sponsored reception including appetizers and beverages following the final session on Wed., Feb. 1!

Registration
     Full Conference: $235          Single-day Registration: $130
Attendees may register for the full Conference or a single-day of the Conference online at www.nasecawi.org with credit card or by mailing a completed registration form with check or credit card payment. Online registration closes January 27, 2017.

Download/print registration form and register on-site with payment by check/credit card.

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. The topics listed below are subject to change.

Wed., Feb. 1 – Erosion & Sediment Control (5 CE/PDH)

  • Lake Wisconsin Shoreline Restoration Project, Pat Dixon, Dixon Shoreline/Landscaping; Robert Race, Race Engineering & Assoc
  • Site Safety, David Melum, Michels Corp.
  • Cross Plains/Black Earth Creek Project Panel Discussion, Brad Schultz, WisDOT; Jerry Gray, Village of Cross Plains; Steve Gaffield, Montgomery Associates-Resource Solutions
  • Discovery Farms Jersey Valley Watershed Project, Amber Radatz, Discovery Farms
  • Seeding Conditions, Jay Settersten, SetterTech
  • Iron Enhanced Bioinfilration Filter, Mikael Isensee, Washington Conservation District
  • Pollinators, Brad James, BeePods
  • Tribal Approaches to the Environment, Patricia Moran, Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Coordinator, Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
  • Please join us for a sponsored reception with our Trade Show exhibitors to include appetizers and beverages following the final session

Thurs., Feb. 2 – Stormwater (5 CE/PDH)

  • DATCP Drainage Districts, Christopher Clayton, DATCP
  • Lake Delton-Dams and Floodplains, Bill Sturtevant, WDNR
  • Milwaukee River TMDL, Kevin Kirsch, WDNR
  • Dorn Creek Westport Phosphorus Removal, John Reimer, Dane County LWCD; Kyle Minks, Dane County LWCD
  • Soil Water Dynamics and Moisture Management, John Panuska, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Enhanced Storm Water Management Techniques in Sensitive Urban Environments, Neil Pfaff, Vierbicher Associates Inc.
  • Ethics, Rick Kyte, Viterbo University

Continuing Education
This Annual Conference will provide 10 total contact hours of continuing education and/or PDHs.  Single day registrants will gain five contact hours on Wednesday and five on Thursday. These credits could apply toward PE continuing education requirements. This program provides DSPS Credentials for: CBI, DCQ, PJRS, PMRS, UCI, and UC.

Hotel Information
Ho-Chunk Wisconsin Dells
S3214 County Road BD

Baraboo, WI 53913
1-800-746-2486

Thank you to our Sponsor/Exhibitors for providing valuable product information and helping to keep registration costs low!

Platinum Sponsor

Silt Sock

Gold Sponsors

BW_Logo County Materials
Earth & Road Envirolok® logo
HanesGeoComponents Hydro Logo Stormwater CG
StormTrap

Bronze Sponsor

norse beard logo Sept 2014

Are you interested in exhibiting at the Trade Show?  Please visit the sponsorship page or email Kristie Kasbohm at kristie.kasbohm@nasecawi.org with questions.

Questions? E-mail us at education@nasecawi.org

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