[permaculture] Fw: [2017 Watershed Congress] Ask questions; Solve problems

Carl DuPoldt cdupoldt at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 23 13:22:58 EST 2017



     On Thursday, February 23, 2017 1:21 PM, Chari Towne <chari at delawareriverkeeper.org> wrote:
 

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The 2017 Watershed Congress
 Along the Schuylkill River
 March 11, 2017
 Montgomery County Community College
 Pottstown, PA  |
| Be part of the Keynote Panel ConversationWatershed Congress participants are invited to submit questions about water monitoring for the keynote panelists in advance. What do you want to know? Please include your name and organization / affiliation, if any, when you send us your questions. The deadline for sending question is Friday February 24th. |
| Does your organization anticipate internships/job openings?The Watershed Congress will once again have a "bulletin board" space for notices of internships and job openings. Sharing information at the Watershed Congress puts your job offerings before people with an interest in applied solutions to environmental protection and restoration.
 
If you plan to bring your notice with you, please bring an extra copy for our records. Even if you aren't able to attend, send a copy of your notice. We would be happy to post it for you. |
| Aquaponics Lab Tour

Two tours of the Montgomery County Community College's Aquaponics Laboratory will be offered during the Watershed Congress. Please note: Participation is limited to 10 people per tour. Advance sign up is required. Sign up by email. |
|  About the 2017 Watershed Congress
 
 The Watershed Congress will once again be held at the Montgomery County Community College's West Campus in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. This year's program presents a keynote panel discussion on water monitoring, 21 concurrent sessions covering a broad range of watershed topics, poster sessions, tours of Montgomery County Community College's Aquaponics Laboratory, and exhibits by watershed organizations, environmental consulting firms, and government agencies.
 
 See full descriptions of the keynote, the breakout sessions, and Aquaponics Laboratory tour in the Program Detail. Register Online. Or download the registration form to register by mail. Interested in becoming a student facilitator for the 2017 Watershed Congress? Apply online.  |
|  Help us celebrate 20 years
 
 Have you attended the Watershed Congress in previous years? Do you have a story about an outcome or project that resulted from your past participation? Share your memories and photos of past Watershed Congresses with us.  |
|  The 2017 Watershed Congress is presented by: The Delaware Riverkeeper Network with: Berks County Conservation District • Berks Nature • Biohabitats • Brandywine Red Clay Alliance • Bucks County Audubon Society • Bucks County Conservation District • Cadastral Consulting, LLC • Center in the Park/Senior Environment Corps • Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds Association • Delaware Valley University & Temple University • Eastwick Friends and Neighbors Coalition • Friends of the Wissahickon • Green Valleys Watershed Association • Maiden Creek Watershed Association • A.D. Marble & Company • MelioraDesign • Monocacy Hill Conservation Association • Montgomery County Community College • Montgomery County Conservation District • Natural Lands Trust •  Nature Abounds/Pennsylvania Senior Environment Corps • Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center • Normandeau Associates, Inc. • Octoraro Native Plant Nursery • Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, Schuylkill Action Network • Pennsylvania American Water • Pennsylvania Environmental Council • Penn State University, Pennsylvania Sea Grant • Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources • Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy • Pinelands Nursery • Reading Area Community College • Schuylkill Headwaters • Schuylkill River HeritageArea • Stroud Water Research Center • Sustainable Choices, LLC and Philadelphia Water • Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Inc. •  Trout Unlimited, Valley Forge Chapter • West Chester Fish Game & Wildlife • Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association • and The Write Beat.
 
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|  Learn more about the Watershed Congress
 
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