The quality of life we enjoy in Iowa, both now and in the future is directly related to the quantity and quality of our water resources. This conference and workshop will focus on examining the management and engineering challenges that lie ahead in addressing the important water resources issues in the years ahead. The health and welfare of the people of Iowa, and the continued development of the state economy, will depend on sound and timely engineering practice and management skills to ensure protection of our vital water resources.
Who Should Attend
Civil engineers, scientists, geologists, managers, stormwater managers, developers and urban planners, and administrators from both the private and public sectors. Participants will find the conference to be timely and relevant to the water resource challenges facing Iowan’s in the future. Individuals from public interest groups and the legislative arena will benefit from many of conference presentations.
This conference has been planned in accordance with the criteria established by the IELSEB for professional development hours (PDHs). A total of 7.0 PDHs are available for the conference
The expense of continuing education, when taken to maintain and improve professional skills is tax deductible. Contact your accountant for details.