WWA is hosting a special symposium as part of the February 2021 Wetland Science Conference, It’s All About the Water. The symposium will explore hydrologic restoration as a key approach to solving Wisconsin’s water challenges.
This symposium will help advance conversations around how we can integrate hydrologic restoration across the many existing natural resource programs in Wisconsin so that we can better protect and restore our watersheds, waters, and landscapes.
The hydrologic restoration symposium will include nationally-recognized experts from around the country, including:
- Aja DeCoteau, watershed department manager with the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
- Mike Kline, river ecologist and geomorphologist at Fluvial Matters, LLC
- Katie Jagt, senior water resources engineer at Watershed Science + Design
- Dorothy Merritts, professor of geosciences at Franklin & Marshall College
- Colin Thorne, professor of physical geography at the University of Nottingham
- Joe Wheaton, associate professor at Colorado State University and founder of Anabranch Solutions
The symposium will take place during the first two days of the Wetland Science Conference (February 16 and 17) and is included among all the great content available for one low registration fee.
Special thanks to our sponsors the Brookby Foundation, the Fund for Lake Michigan, the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program, and the We Energies Foundation.