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30th Annual Southwest Florida Water Resources Conference

  • 22 Jan 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Online
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Registration

  • Not currently an AWRA Florida member (fee includes 2021 membership with AWRA Florida)
  • Available to Members of a Host Organization (e.g. AWWA, ASCE, Audubon, etc.). If you are not a member, please do the right thing and register as a Non-member.
  • Full-time College or High School student (fee includes 2021 student membership with AWRA Florida)

Times of Challenge and Transformation

Sponsors/Exhibitors
Organizations wishing to participate as conference sponsors or exhibitors should go here and contact Don Duke or Karen Miller. Click here to pay/donate.

Draft Agenda
12:00 PM - Welcoming Remarks - Greg Tolley, Executive Director, Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) Water School; Kellie Clark, President, AWRA Florida; Karen Miller, SWFWRC Steering Committee

12:10 PM - Developments in New Rulemaking for the State of Florida - Karen Miller (Moderator)

- Sea-Level Impact Projection (SLIP) Study Rulemaking - Whitney Gray, Florida Resilient Coastlines Program, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

- Clean Waterways Act Stormwater Rulemaking - Timothy Rach, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

1:15 PM - Meet Our Students Networking Break - Don Duke, FGCU

1:50 PM - Challenging Water Resources Panel Discussion - Philip Flood, South Florida Water Management District; Matt Feeney, City of Bonita Springs; James Evans, Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation; Darren Rumbold, Florida Gulf Coast University Water School

3:20 PM - Closing Remarks - Don Duke, FGCU

3:30 PM - Adjourn

Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)

Three (3) CEHs will be provided to attendees.


Format
GoToMeeting (webinar link and call-in details will be provided via email from GoToWebinar within a few days of registration)


Water Resources Student Research Poster Contest

Cancelled for 2021; will return in 2022


Conference Coordinators

Don Duke and Karen Miller

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