The Watershed Institute is pleased to host its 5th Annual Watershed Conference on November 3rd, 4th, and 5th. This year’s event will be in a hybrid format with participants selecting socially distanced, in-person sessions at the Watershed Center and Reserve or choosing to attend virtually if they prefer. Sessions will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.
We have an array of speakers who will cover topics including climate change, stormwater management, harmful algal blooms, dam removals, water quality issues, recent court rulings, watershed health, water quality, flooding, green infrastructure, environmental justice, and other subjects. We welcome Stuart A. Clarke, the Program Director of Watershed Protection at the William Penn Foundation, as our keynote speaker. We will also provide activities after the main program ends each day, including trips around the Watershed Reserve and an after-party for relaxing and networking.
We invite Watershed members, the general public, environmental professionals, government officials, nonprofit organization professionals, and others to this exciting event! Check out the tabs below to learn more about the conference agenda, speakers, how to make payments by purchase order, the after-conference activities, and sponsorship opportunities. We also have a screenshot guide on how to register.
We will be requiring masks, social-distancing, and proof of vaccination for in-person attendees. As COVID-19 continues to be a significant ongoing threat to our state, The Watershed Institute is continuing to monitor the situation and may decide to convert the Conference to an all-virtual program. Should this occur, in-person registrants will be refunded and provided with virtual access to the conference sessions.