4 results for tag: watersheds


2022 Wisconsin Lakes And Rivers Convention

After two years of virtual events, we invite you to join us in-person at the 2022 Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Convention in Stevens Point, April 6-8. With the theme Protecting What We Love for the Future, this event will feature presenters who bring a wide range of experiences and expertise focusing on fish and wildlife habitat loss and restoration efforts; invasive species management through citizen monitoring and education; water resources protection and monitoring; the mitigation of climate consequences through resiliency, adaptation, and action; and increasing the functionality of organizations. This Convention brings together scientists, ...

NALMS Releases a Position Statement and Policy Recommendations on Nature-based Solutions in Urban Lakes and Watersheds

By Gabriella Placido, NALMS Policy Intern Despite being just over halfway through the year, 2021 has already broken an assortment of records with its extreme weather and unprecedented circumstances. Intense storms, heat waves, fires, floods, droughts, and a series of harmful algal blooms have plagued North America and the rest of the world, all while trying to overcome a persistent and troublesome pandemic. Such notable and problematic effects of climate change are increasing in intensity and frequency around the globe; the climate crisis can be ignored no longer. It is increasingly being realized that answers to solving many of these ...

OCLWA Webinar: Panel Discussion on Watershed Planning

July is Lakes Appreciation Month, so help us celebrate by attending one of our free virtual workshops! About this event OCLWA is hosting four virtual webinars to help highlight Lakes Appreciation Month. Events are scheduled beginning on July 8 and occur each Thursday through July 29th. Each week, speakers will cover a different topic. You can register for one or all of them. The series workshop is as follows: July 8 - Priscilla Crawford - Aquatic Invasive Species - Basic Identification and How to Report July 15 - Casey Goodwin - In Situ Internal P Loading in Lake Erie July 22 - Tyler King - Remote Sensing of Water ...

Webinar: Source Water Protection in the Watershed

The USACE Invasive Species Leadership Team, in collaboration with the Aquatic Plant Management Society, North American Lake Management Society, and the American Water Works Association, will summarize the latest research and technical information on management strategies to encourage better integration and facilitation in the protection of drinking water.