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Get Ready for Watershed Symposium 2014!

8th Annual Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium
November 19-21, 2014

 

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Watershed Symposium 2014

 

The Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium brings together water quality experts, policy makers, environmental advocates, industry, academics, students, and the public. Sessions cover a broad range of topics—from general interest to technical—with local, regional, and national relevance.

Join the conversation about water quality, pollution control, and nature protection. Find out what's being done to make a difference, and what you can do! The Watershed Symposium is hosted annually by the Salt Lake County Watershed Planning & Restoration Program.

Speakers & Sessions

November 19 & 20

Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 West 3100 South, West Valley City
8:30am-3:30pm

Schedule 
Program

Field Trips

November 21

Tour the Jordan Basin Water Reclamation Facility
Trip 1: Morning Tour, 10am-12pm
Trip 2: Afternoon Tour, 1-3pm

iUTAH Activities in the Red Butte Creek Watershed
Trip 3: 1:30-4pm

Additional Information 

Information for Speakers
Information for Tablers
Directions to the Utah Cultural Celebration Center

Continuing Education (CEU)

The Watershed Symposium has received course accreditation from the Utah Water Operator Certification Program. Sign-in rosters will be available.

November 19:   0.4 credits
November 20:   0.4 credits
November 21:   0.2 credits

 

Questions? Please contact:

Lynn Berni
Salt Lake County Watershed Planning & Restoration Program
lberni@slco.org
(385) 468-6643

 

***SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT***
The Jordan River Commission's Rooftop to River: Tools for Watershed Protection is offered in conjunction with the Watershed Symposium this year.

This full-day training seminar on Friday, November 21 will be taught by national experts David Hirschman and Bill stack from the Center for Watershed Protections. Dave and Bill are also presenting Symposium sessions on Thursday, November 20.