Land, Water, and People: Coming Together
Register now for the Red Cedar Watershed Conference, March 14, 2024 in Menomonie, WI
By Wisconsin Lakes staff
If you are interested in how different uses and practices on the land impact water quality, the Red Cedar Watershed Conference might be the event for you.
The conference, now in its 12th year, will be held at UW-Stout in Menomonie on Thursday March 14, 2024 from 8:30am-4:00pm.
While the conference focuses on the Red Cedar River and its watershed, many of the talks would be of interest to individuals from around the region and the state.
This year’s theme is “Groundwater below the surface” and features three keynote addresses:
- “Groundwater Quality in the Red Cedar Watershed”, Kevin Masarik, Groundwater Education Specialist, UW-Stevens Point
- “Clean Water, A Clear Asset for Wisconsin’s Economy”: Cassie Moridini, Community Development and Communications Specialist, Wisconsin Office of Outdoor Recreation
- “Preventing Erosion and Runoff: Lessons Learned on Wisconsin’s National Forest”: Chris Ester, Hydrologist, US Forest Service
Early bird registration through March 7 is just $35.00 per person with students able to attend for only $20.00.
For information about the agenda, other presenters, and to register, check out the conference web pages provided by UW-Stout.
Wisconsin Lakes is proud to have been a planning partner for the Red Cedar Watershed Conference for all twelve years of its existence. We also help plan the NW Wisconsin Lakes Conference, the Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention, and other lake and water related events across the state.