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2019 Erosion & Sediment Control Field Days

SWCS Southern New England Chapter

2019 Erosion & Sediment Control Field Days
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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
SWCS Member
Soil & Water Conservation Society members save $10!!
4 hours before event ends $45.00 $0.00
NonMember 4 hours before event ends $55.00 $0.00
Student
Must be currently-enrolled full time. Please complete the registration process.
4 hours before event ends Free $0.00
CT DOT 4 hours before event ends $55.00 $0.00
CT NRCS 4 hours before event ends $55.00 $0.00
CT DEEP 4 hours before event ends $55.00 $0.00

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2019 Erosion & Sediment Control Field Days

A full day of training (offered in two locations) for professionals working in soils, erosion control, water quality, public works, engineering, roads, planning, resource conservation and consulting. 
Updated program information is posted at https://swcssnec.org/2019-esc-field-day

 

Wed Oct 9th | Montville Community Center
836 Old Colchester Rd | Oakdale, CT 06370

Thu Oct 10th | Tolland County Agricultural Center
24 Hyde Ave (Rte 30) | Vernon, CT 06066


8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (both days)

 



Sediment  is  the  world’s  # 1  pollutant.
    Erosion Control has changed dramatically over the years and new technologies are constantly in development.    Use this workshop to help you stay current on useful practices.

The full-day training session will combine classroom presentations and hands-on field demonstrations in small group settings.  Our goal is to provide information that is immediately useful to all who attend.

  • $45 SWCS Members
  • $55 Non-Members
  • Free* for Students!

Morning coffe & pastries and Lunch included          

*Students must be currently enrolled full-time; pre-registration is required

 


 

These field days are a unique collaborative effort between the private and public sectors to share information and promote a better understanding of the latest tools available to all who are entrusted with protecting our precious soil and water resources.

 

For details about the program, and for dates & locations of other field days in MA and RI this fall, please go to https://swcssnec.org/2019-esc-field-day 

 


 

 

KUDOS and THANKS to EJ Prescott for organizing the field demonstrations, securing pre-approved credits and taking the lead on making these events possible!



 

  • This is a RAIN or SHINE event.  

  • Pre-Registration Required, by credit card only.

  • Registration includes lunch.

  • No refunds. 

  • Registration may be transferred.

 


 




APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

  • EnviroCert International:  6 professional development hours
  • CT DEEP Pesticide Management Program – category 3A:  1 credit hour
  • Engineering & Landscape Architect:  3 professional development hours 
  • Rhode Island Nursery & Landscape Association:  1 RICH credit

Contact your professional association to find out if continuing education credits are available for this program.


Have questions about 2019 Erosion & Sediment Control Field Days ? Contact SWCS Southern New England Chapter

When & Where


Wed 9 Oct: Montville Community Center, Oakdale CT 06370 / Thurs 10 Oct: Tolland County Agricultural Center, Vernon CT 06066 (same program both days)



Organizer

SWCS Southern New England Chapter

The Southern New England Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SNEC-SWCS) is a 501 (c) (3) organization whose purpose is to promote, educate and advance all phases of the science of conservation of soil, water and all related resources.  The SNEC became a Charter Chapter on December 8, 1946 by a vote of the Soil Conservation Society of America (now SWCS) at their Council Meeting in Chicago, IL.  The Chapter was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on July 27, 1981 and received IRS Tax-Exempt Status later that year.  SNEC serves the geographic area of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  A Board of Directors elected by the membership governs the Chapter.  There is an SWCS UConn Student Chapter and an SWCS UMass Amherst Student Chapter; the SNEC will subsidize 50% of SWCS Student Membership fees (UConn, UMass or SNEC).

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For details about the program, please go to https://swcssnec.org/2019-esc-field-day

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