This year, we are excited to be holding the annual conference in partnership with two terrific organizations, the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions (MACC) and the Southern New England Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SNEC-SWCS)! Please click on their logos below to learn more about MACC, SNEC-SWCS and their members.
In 2011, we continue to recognize that protecting, enhancing and preserving natural resources throughout the northeastern United States, and beyond, requires innovation in the technical and political methods and approaches used for watershed planning and management in rural and urban areas. The densely developed northeastern US possesses unique challenges associated with its highly urbanized watersheds, climatic and geomorphic setting, regulatory environment and a host of other attributes. These unique regional attributes have resulted in innovations at levels extending from the site to watershed scale and beyond with a truly global influence.
Who should attend the 2011 NEC Conference?
Municipal Government Professionals
County and State Government Representatives
Federal Agency Representatives
Wetland Mitigation and Restoration Staff
Environmental Regulations and Compliance Personnel
EnviroCert International is offering attendees who have their CPESC® , CPSWQ® and/or CESSWI® certifications a total of 18 Professional Development Units (PDUs) for attending all three days of the conference(6 PDUs per day)! For information on the PDU requirements pertaining to your certification(s), please select one of the three (3) options below:
CPESC®: Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control CESSWI®: Certified Erosion, Sediment and Stormwater Inspector CPSWQ®: Certified Professional in Storwater Quality
For questions or comments about the conference, please contact the 2011 Conference Chairperson, Jason Lederer at .