The Ever-changing Climate of Watershed Management
Free and open to all, the Watershed Symposium brings together water quality experts, policy makers, environmental advocates, industry, academics, students, and the public. Speakers and sessions will cover a broad range of topics---from general interest to technical---with local, regional, and national relevance.
Daniel McCool--Director of the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program and a professor in the Political Science Department at the University of Utah.
Patrick A. Shea--A conservation biologist who also practices law, Pat served in the Clinton Administration as the national director of the Bureau of Land Management.
Session Abstracts (complete program coming soon)
Display a Project Poster -- Poster Request Form
Host an Info Table -- Tabling Request Form
Volunteer to Moderate a Session -- Sign-up form (coming soon)
Can anyone attend the event?
Yes! The Watershed Symposium is free and open to all.
What are parking options at the event?
Free parking is available at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.
Where can I find out more about past Watershed Symposiums?
Learn more at slco.org/watershed/symposium/index.html.
Who can I contact for more information?
Contact Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (385) 468-6643.