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March
February 28 - March 2, 2017
Wetland Science Conference
Stevens Point, WI
Join other scientists and professionals of the wetland and water community of Wisconsin and the upper Midwest to share your wetland research, restoration, management, or outreach program; learn new identification and assessment approaches and techniques; hear about approaches to incorporating wetlands into watershed & community planning; discuss the latest in wetland science, planning, and protection issues; and look ahead to the future of wetland science and practices in Wisconsin and the Midwest.
Contact: Katie Beilfuss
Phone: 608-250-9971
E-mail: programs@wisconsinwetlands.org

March 1-2, 2017
International Conference on Water Management Modeling (ICWMM)
Brampton, ON
The ICWMM brings together professionals from around the world to exchange ideas on current practices and emerging technologies in water management. Emphasis is on state-of-the-art computer modeling for resolving water quantity and quality problems in stormwater, wastewater, watershed and water distribution systems.
Contact: Meghan Korman
Phone: 519-767-0197
E-mail: meghan@chiwater.com

March 2, 2017
St. Clair Detroit River System Initiative Annual Meeting
Ann Arbor, MI
The focus of the Annual Meeting will on reporting out on the status of St. Clair – Detroit River System priority objectives and associated indicators.
Contact: Michelle Selzer
Phone: 517-284-5050
E-mail: selzerm@michigan.gov

March 3, 2017
A Matter of Balance: Feeding our Crops, Protecting the Waters of the Great Lakes
East Lansing, MI
Nitrogen, phosphorus, livestock manure and other organic inputs are essential for soil health, crop growth and farm profitability, but nutrients that escape from the field are potential pollutants. Conference speakers will include national experts and experienced crop producers who will explain how to capture crop nutrients and organic inputs in the root zone for crop use and soil health.
Contact: Daniel F. Kesselring
E-mail: daniel.kesselring@miswcs.org

March 4, 2017
Rouge Frog & Toad Survey Training Workshop
Livonia, MI
Volunteers needed to survey Rouge wetlands for frog and toads to help assess wetland health. Surveys are done independently several times a month after dark by listening for the breeding calls. Training sessions Feb. 25, March 4 or March 18, 10am-12pm, pre-registration required.
Contact: Sally Petrella
Phone: 313-792-9621
E-mail: spetrella@therouge.org

March 7, 2017
Great Lakes Conference
Lansing, MI
Moving Michigan Forward, incorporates ideas generated by Michigan State University's Water Moves, a university-wide initiative fostering scientific innovation and cultural and artistic expression inspired by water. The conference is co-sponsored by Michigan State University's Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and Institute of Water Research; Michigan Sea Grant Extension, and the Office of the Great Lakes, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
Contact: Lois Wolfson
Phone: 517-353-9222
E-mail: wolfson1@anr.msu.edu

March 14-16, 2017
Great Lakes Commission Semiannual Meeting and Great Lakes Day
Washington, D.C.
The Great Lakes Commission Semiannual Meeting and Great Lakes Day in Washington, D.C., feature dialogue on Great Lakes priorities by regional leaders and members of Congress who play a critical role in shaping Great Lakes policies. Join us in Washington, D.C., in 2017!
Contact: Matt Doss
Phone: 734-971-9135
E-mail: mdoss@glc.org

March 15, 2017
The Current 26: Managing Onsite Septic Systems: Research and Outreach
Online
The Current is a speed networking webinar series for professionals engaged in water-related extension, research, and conservation activities. The March 15 webinar is: Managing Onsite Septic Systems: Research and Outreach.
Contact: Kendl Kobbervig
E-mail: kobbervig@wisc.edu

March 18, 2017
Rouge Frog & Toad Survey Training Workshop
Canton, MI
Volunteers needed to survey Rouge wetlands for frog and toads to help assess wetland health. Surveys are done independently several times a month after dark by listening for the breeding calls. Training sessions Feb. 25, March 4 or March 18, 10am-12pm, pre-registration required.
Contact: Sally Petrella
Phone: 313-792-9621
E-mail: spetrella@therouge.org

March 21, 2017
Public Meeting on the Great Lakes: Detroit
Detroit, MI
The International Joint Commission wants to hear your views about how the Great Lakes are faring, and what actions Canada and the United States should take to restore and protect them. Now's the time to speak up for the lakes you love.
Contact: Allison Voglesong
Phone: 519-257-6717
E-mail: voglesonga@windsor.ijc.org

March 22, 2017
Public Meeting on the Great Lakes: Sarnia
Sarnia, ON
The International Joint Commission wants to hear your views about how the Great Lakes are faring, and what actions Canada and the United States should take to restore and protect them. Now's the time to speak up for the lakes you love.
Contact: Sarah Lobrichon
Phone: 613-992-5368
E-mail: lobrichons@ottawa.ijc.org

March 23, 2017
Public Meeting on the Great Lakes: Toledo
Toledo, OH
The International Joint Commission wants to hear your views about how the Great Lakes are faring, and what actions Canada and the United States should take to restore and protect them. Now's the time to speak up for the lakes you love.
Contact: Sally Cole-Misch
Phone: 519-257-6733
E-mail: colemischs@windsor.ijc.org

March 28, 2017
Public Meeting on the Great Lakes: Buffalo
Buffalo, NY
The International Joint Commission wants to hear your views about how the Great Lakes are faring, and what actions Canada and the United States should take to restore and protect them. Now's the time to speak up for the lakes you love.
Contact: Frank Bevacqua
E-mail: bevacquaf@washington.ijc.org

March 28, 2017
The Future of NY's Maritime History
Plattsburgh, NY
The City of Plattsburgh, Lake Champlain Sea Grant, and New York Sea Grant are hosting a maritime history program from 6-8 pm on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the Plattsburgh City Hall auditorium. Admission is free. The program includes a 6 pm reception with the opportunity to tour the Great Shipwreck of NY's 'Great' Lakes, 6:30 Welcome by Mayor Colin Read, Overview of Lake Champlain Sea Grant Programming, and The Future of NY's Maritime History keynote by New York Sea Grant with Q and A to follow.
Contact: Mark Malchoff
Phone: 518-564-3037
E-mail: malchom@plattsburgh.edu

March 29-30, 2017
2017 Areas of Concern Annual Meeting
Grand Rapids, MI
The United States Environmental Protection Agency will host the 2017 Areas of Concern Annual Meeting on Wednesday and Thursday, March 29-30, 2017, at the Eberhard Conference Center at Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Contact: John Perrecone
Phone: 312-353-1149
E-mail: Perrecone.john@epa.gov

March 29, 2017
Public Meeting on the Great Lakes: Niagara Region
St. Catharines, ON
The International Joint Commission wants to hear your views about how the Great Lakes are faring, and what actions Canada and the United States should take to restore and protect them. Now's the time to speak up for the lakes you love.
Contact: Sarah Lobrichon
Phone: 613-992-5368
E-mail: lobrichons@ottawa.ijc.org

March 31, 2017
Lake Erie 2017 Waterkeeper Conference
Perrysburg, OH
The Lake Erie 2017 Waterkeeper Conference is focused on Western and Central Basin Lake Erie Watersheds. What do we know about the watersheds and the sources and amounts coming from the land and pipes causing the algae?
E-mail: sandylakeerie@aol.com


 

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