We had another very successful annual meeting on March 21st thank you to all the vendors and those in attendance.
The presentations from this year's meeting are viewable by clicking on the speaker descriptions below. You will need Adobe Acrobat or Reader to view the presentations.
Michael Dietz, Director, Connecticut NEMO Program, “Overview of the Role of Bioretention Within LID and Specific Parameters for Successful Designs.”
Kim Bradley, MS, Project Ecologist and Ecological Risk Assessor, GEI Consultants, Inc., “Ecological Risk Assessment of Contamination Site Impacts in Wetlands”
Laura Wildman, Director, New England Regional Office at Princeton Hydro, LLC, "History of Dams, Dam Removal and Integration from Impoundments to Wetlands and Floodplain Forest; Fish Passage Techniques"
Kathleen Nelson, MAD Gardeners, 2012 Leslie J. Mehroff Grant Recipient“Mad Gardeners’ Litchfield County Mile-A-Minute Vine Invasive Plant Control Project”
Tom Baptist, Senior Scientist, National Audubon Society Wetlands Mitigation In-Lieu Fee Program
Cori Rose, Senior Project Manager, Army Corps of Engineers, Enforcement Initiatives and Agriculture
If you would like to suggest a topic for next year's meeting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since its inception in 1997, CAWS has sponsored a symposium to bring together State, Federal and Municipal Agencies, Environmental consultants, Students and others to present recent research, policies and techniques on a particular topic in Wetland Science.
Over the years, CAWS has offered the following important and exciting topics:
2013 Wetland Stewardship: Minimizing Impacts, Maximizing Benefits
2012 Monitoring Wetlands and Watercourses: Methods and Benefits
2011 Striking the Ecological Balance: What's new in Wetland Science?
2010 Wetlands: Impaired to Pristine
2009 Stormwater and Wetland Management: An Update on Programs and Practices"
2008 Wetland Management: Topics for Everyone
2007 Wetland Restoration, Creation and Monitoring - A Progress Report
2005 Wetlands and Watercourses: Indirect Impacts
2004 Wetland Buffers: Scientific and Regulatory Issues
2003 Practices and Policies of Wetland Restoration and Creation
2002 Tidal Wetland Systems
2001 Watercourses: Biology, Regulation, & Restoration
2000 Wetlands & Wildlife: Conservation & Regulation
1999 Wetland Science: Guidelines for Stormwater Management