Florida Water Environment Association

Calendar of Events

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Events available for Registration...

Sponsorship of the FWEA/U.S. EPA Effective Utility Management One Day Workshop
3/2/2023 - 6/9/2023
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Central Florida Chapter Sponsor 2023-24
5/1/2023 - 8/31/2023
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Operations Challenge Sponsorships 2023-2024
5/1/2023 - 11/1/2023
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Exhibitor Registration for SW Water & Wastewater Expo 2023
5/19/2023 - 8/14/2023
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FSAWWA Region X/FWEA - Joint YP Luncheon
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Effective Utility Management Workshop
6/19/2023 - 6/19/2023
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FWEA CFC and EWB Webinar - Nexus Between Water Quality and Tribal Cultural Lifeways
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Events in the next 60 days...
5/30/2023 - 6/3/2023
This is a joint annual conference between FWEA, FWPCOA and FSAWWA. 
Register for the first-ever YP Workshop! This joint FWEA and FSAWWA event will be held June 3 from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee, FL as part of FWRC. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

Friday, June 16, 2023
6:00am - 3:00pm
6:00am - Check-in and Breakfast
6:15am - Boarding
1:00pm - Boats return to the dock,
Land Lovers join, & Lunch
2:00pm - Awards Ceremony & Networking
3:00pm - Event Concludes
*Mandatory Virtual Pre-Tournament Meeting on 06/15/2023
Location: Outriggers Tiki Bar & Grille  - 200 Boatyard Street
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
Boat Entry Registration: www.fsawwa.org/reg3fishing
$260 per team of 4 per boat/ Add angler ($65 extra)
$40 Land Lover Lunch Registration
$75 Angler Individual Registration (pending availability, we’ll find you a team)
This is a team BYOB (bring your own boat) tournament.
Charter boats are welcome. The registration of $260 (per team of 4 anglers per boat)
only covers registration, breakfast, and lunch. Each team will need to make
their boat/charter arrangements! Contact Tonya Sonier for NSB Charter options.

Contact: Michael Demko
(321) 249-2147 Office (813) 451-3444 Cell | mdemko@wadetrim.com

Space for this program is limited. Registration is limited to utilities. 
EWB and FWEA CFC teamed up for the webinar, Nexus Between Water Quality and Tribal Cultural Lifeways, with speaker Mike Stover. He will allow us to "explore the connection of water quality to the preservation of tribal sustenance practices, traditional lifeways and cultural connections to the natural environment in Native American communities. Legacy industrial toxins, hydropower without adequate fish passage, and the effects of climate change pose a threat to the survival of tribal cultural and dietary lifeways. Recent advances in federal policy and regulations are helping to thwart the impacts to Tribal culture through promulgation of protective water quality standards, permit conditions and industrial licensing."