New Hampshire Department
of Environmental Services
Drinking Water Source Protection Conference
Organized in partnership with
American Ground Water Trust
REGISTRATION FOR THIS CONFERENCE IS NOW CLOSED.
WE HAVE SOLD OUT FOR THIS EVENT.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Grappone Conference Center - Concord, New Hampshire
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Fee: $40 (includes refreshments, lunch and handouts)
PROGRAM AGENDA (opens a PDF)
Please read program to choose which afternoon Track you want to attend.
There are four afternoon Tracks and you must choose one.
To REGISTER click the REGISTER NOW button on the top right of this page.
SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBIT OPPORTUNITIES (opens a PDF)
The event program typically includes a morning plenary followed by 12 concurrent (small group) afternoon sessions. Typically, 200 people attend as do vendors, state and federal environmental program reps who will be on-hand throughout the day.
The event is a forum for presenting innovative water resources research, sharing information on local protection projects, and training municipal and water professionals. It is designed for water industry professionals, land use planners, members of environmental and watershed organizations, conservation commission members, town selectmen, municipal staff and elected officials.
Questions? Please contact:
Pierce Rigrod - firstname.lastname@example.org (603) 271-0688 or
Garret Graaskamp – email@example.com (603) 228-5444
|Please Choose ONE Track|
|Track I: Surface Water||$ 40.00|
|Track 2: Groundwater||$ 40.00|
|Track 3: Community-Based Source Water Protection||$ 40.00|
|Track 4: Best Management Practices||$ 40.00|
|Electronic Copy of Presentations||$ 10.00|
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