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2018 NASECA-WI Annual Conference & Tradeshow

Overview of Event

February 7-8, 2018
Ho-Chunk Gaming, Wisconsin Dells, WI

NASECA-WI hosts the State’s largest event focused solely on erosion control and stormwater management. This two-day conference will be divided into an erosion & sediment control focus (day 1) and a stormwater focus (day 2) so you can attend one day or both to suit your interests.

Wednesday, February 7 – Erosion and Sediment Control

WDNR Waterway and Wetland Program
Cami Peterson, WDNR

Trout Stream Restoration Techniques in the Central Sands Ecoregion
Shawn Sullivan, WDNR

John Voorhees, AECOM

Stormwater and Erosion Control Implementation for the Planning, Design, and Construction Management of Tribal Transportation Projects
Scott Whitsett, Jewell Associates Engineers, Inc.

Erosion Control Initiatives from National Transportation Product Evaluation Program- Testing and Specifying & Evaluation of SRDs
John Rublein, Wisconsin DOT

Sponsor Presentation: Profile Products
Adam Popenhagen

Sponsor Presentation: Silt Sock
Peter Tonn

Zero Runoff Planning and Implementation, Inver Grove Heights
Jay Michels, Emmons & Olivier

Ethics, Safety, and Employee Engagement
Rick Kyte, Viterbo University

Slope Failure
Travis Mikshowsky, Wisconsin DOT

Construction Site Soil Loss Tool Update
Pete Wood, WDNR

Thursday, February 8 – Stormwater Management

Lake Marion Project
Rob Montgomery, Montgomery Associates Resource Solutions

The Good, Bad and Ugly of Stormwater & Erosion Control Design/Install
Elliott Mergen, Dane Co. Land & Water Resources

Overview of WDNR Grant Programs
Grant Programs for which Local Governments are Eligible
Eric Rortvedt, WDNR

Vegetated Swale Standard 1005
Kim Gonzalez, Wisconsin DNR

Native Vegetation Management in Stormwater Facilities
Rick Eilertson, AECOM; Steve Banovetz, Field & Stream Restorations

Stormwater & Urban Forestry
Jordan Skiff, City of Fond du Lac

Soil Report Review
Stacy Dehne, DATCP

Site Evaluation for Infiltration Standard 1002
Jan Kucher, WDNR

Yahara WINS
Emily Jones, MMSD

Digging In: Dredging in Wisconsin
Michael D. Hahn, Axley Brynelson, LLP

Continuing Education

This Annual Conference will provide 10 total contact hours of continuing education and/or PDHs. Single day registrants will gain five contact hours on Wednesday and five on Thursday. These credits could apply toward PE continuing education requirements. This program provides DSPS Credentials for: CBI, DCQ, PJRS, PMRS, UCI, and UC. Course ID 12271 and 12272.

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