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Land, Water, and People Coming Together – The 6th Annual Red Cedar Watershed Conference

March 9, 2017

This annual gathering in Menomonie brings together waterfront property owners, farmers, academics, government officials, and other citizens to learn and discuss solutions to improve water quality in the Red Cedar River basin. For more information and to register, see the conference’s website through UW-Stout.

2017 Planned Keynote Speakers


Healthy Soils, Clean Water
Jimmy Bramblett, Deputy Chief for Science and Technology
Natural Resources Conservation Service


I Dreamed the Earth was Healed and Whole Again
Kathleen Dean Moore, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Emerita
Oregon State University


Why the Red Cedar Watershed Will Not Fail: Practical Lessons from the LAKES Project
Nels Paulson, Associate Professor, Sociology
Tina Lee, Associate Professor, Anthropology
Chris Ferguson, Associate Professor, Economics
University of Wisconsin-Stout

Event Highlights:

  • Farm, city and waterfront success stories — profitable land management for clean water
  • Solutions to the serious problem that plagues our lakes and rivers — runoff pollution
  • A great networking opportunity for all citizens at an important event
  • Approved for CEUs: .6 from the University of Wisconsin-Stout or 6 CEUs for Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources


March 9, 2017


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