Dates: Monday, Nov. 2 & Wednesday Nov. 5 – Friday, Nov. 6
Go vote on Election Day — No conference on Tuesday.
Optional safe, socially-distanced hikes on The Watershed Reserve on Friday afternoon.
Cost: $20.00 for the entire conference
The Watershed Institute’s 4th Annual Watershed Conference, which takes place online in the first week of November, will focus on climate change and it’s impact on water.
Ben Strauss, the CEO and Chief Scientist of Climate Central, will be the conference’s keynote speaker. He will share the oldest stories in history to illustrate what climate change means for humanity.
Water quality can be directly impacted by climate change in a number of ways, most notably increased polluted stormwater runoff and warmer stream temperatures. Expert speakers will discuss the regional impacts, sea-level rise, environmental justice, and more.
The Annual Watershed Conference is an educational and networking event that gives people an opportunity to advance knowledge and communications on the health of watersheds in our state. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be using the Zoom platform.
Register for the Conference Today
Registration is open until Sunday, November 1. If you are facing financial difficulties, there are scholarships available.
If you have any questions, about available scholarships or any other conference related questions, please contact Pri Oliveira, the Watershed’s Outreach Specialist, for assistance at [email protected].
Special thanks to our event sponsor: