Members' Wetland Webinar Series
The Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM) holds a webinar each month for its members. ASWM Member webinars cover a variety of topics encompassing wetland science, policy, program implementation, and legal issues. These webinars, including recordings for past webinars are available to ASWM members. If you are not a member, you are invited to join ASWM. For information about membership, click here.
Future Members' Webinar Schedule
ASWM Members webinars are generally held the fourth Wednesday of the month unless the date and time needs to be adjusted for when the presenter(s) is available.
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The Association of State Wetland Managers is busy working on confirmation of webinar topics and presenters for 2016. Below you will find a draft list of planned future webinars to give you an idea of what we’re working on. Topics and dates are subject to change.
October - Break
Innovations in State Buffer Management
This webinar will share national trends in buffer protection and examples of state buffer protection work. The webinar will first outline the challenges created by the complexity of buffer protection decisions and varied partnerships required to effectively implement buffer programs. Next, a presentation by the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission will share findings from a regional project exploring buffer work in New England States. The presentation will share what the project has found about differences in how different agencies and organizations perceive buffers and need for buffer protection, how New England states have approached buffer work and key takeaways for wetland and stream managers that have emerged from the project. The webinar will continue with a presentation on Minnesota’s new buffer law, a leading example of comprehensive buffer protections in the U.S. The last part of the webinar will discuss how states can utilize mitigation requirements to protect buffers. The webinar will close with an opportunity for questions.
- Trish Garrigan, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Kimberly Roth, New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC)
- Tom Gile, Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources (MN BWSR)
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