The Center for Watershed Protection’s 2020 National Watershed and Stormwater Conference will be held April 14 – April 17, 2020. Pre-conference workshops will take place on April 14.
High nature-value floodplains, with multifunctional habitats such as floodplain meadows, are a vital component of a healthy ecosystem, which can provide a multitude of services. They not only conserve diversity, but also mitigate flood risk, manage nutrients, store carbon, support pollinators and provide inspiring places for people.
We would like to draw your attention to the International Conference Daylighting Rivers: Inquiry Based Learning for Civic Ecology (Florence, Italy | 14–15 May 2020) organized within the frame of the European Erasmus+ project “Daylighting Rivers”.
Save the date! We are pleased to announce the 6th upcoming international seminar on dam removal—Dam Removal goes Alps! It will be held on 14-16 May in Bavaria, Germany. The seminar will focus on regional river restoration efforts, benefits of removal, and ways to instigate more removals. The event will take place in celebration of World Fish Migration Day! It will be the European Headquarters and a public outreach event! We hope you can make it. Registration open soon.
This conference will be an opportunity to consider:
Join us in San Antonio this May! From plenary panels on regenerative agriculture and the history of the San Antonio River to workshops led by industry leaders from San Antonio River Authority, NOAA, Corazón Latino, US Water Alliance, and more, this year’s Rally is not one to miss.
Responding to the considerable need to conserve European ponds, the conference will combine pond biology, hydrology and landscape ecology with pond conservation practice and welcomes both scientists and conservation practitioners to the meeting.
About this Event
Our speakers will include:
Andrew Terry - Director of Conservation and Policy, Zoological Society London
Dave Webb - Chair of London River Restoration Group