Pricing is as follows:
FWEA Member - $60
FWEA Non-member - $80
Event Sponsor - $300
Event sponsors will receive verbal and visual recognition of their sponsorship during the beginning, after the break, and at the close of the event.
The WEF Forum 2021 seeks to advance the understanding of how to best apply modern particles and colloids science to engineered water systems and identifying new areas for exploration.
This event will feature two and a half days of intense presentations, discussions, and sessions, skillfully developed by the expert Steering Committee. Forum attendees can expect deep dives into the following highlighted topics:
- Particle Type and Properties
- Particle Processes
- Particle Methodologies.
Additionally, attendees will be able to have unlimited, uninterrupted, and meaningful networking opportunities to discuss and debate the leading research available on all matters surrounding particles and colloids. The full program for this event is still being developed and will be available in July 2020.
Please join us for our next General Meeting on July 15, where we welcome Mr. Craig Grossenbacher, Chief of DERM’s Water Resources Coordination Division. Mr. Grossenbacher will update participants on the Biscayne Bay and Southeastern Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (BBSEER) Project.
Details will follow.
PRESENTATION: The Biscayne Bay and Southeastern Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (BBSEER) project is part of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, a federally authorized, cost-shared planning effort between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the South Florida Water Management District. The primary goals of BBSEER are to improve the quantity, timing, and distribution of freshwater to estuarine wetlands and nearshore areas in southern Biscayne Bay. The presentation will include a brief overview and current status of the BBSEER project including a look at some of the features the planning team is considering along with a construction update on the Biscayne Bay Coastal Wetlands project, the foundation project to BBSEER that is currently in construction. The evolving partnership between these CERP projects and Miami-Dade County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands program will also be described.