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Adapting to Adaptive Management


Is Wisconsin's Adaptive Management option for phosphorus reduction planning right for you? 

Join us in-person or online for an insightful webinar with presentations from wastewater utilities, regulators and agricultural representatives, sponsored by the CSWEA-Wisconsin Watershed Committee and the UWM School of Continuing Education. Speakers will share their approaches, views and latest available information on phosphorus reduction planning using Wisconsin’s Adaptive Management option.

  • Amanda Minks, Wisconsin DNR
    Answers to Common Adaptive Management Questions
  • Sue Olson and Chris Stempa, City of Appleton
    Evaluating Wastewater, Agricultural and Stormwater Phosphorus Sources
  • Bill Hafs, NEW Water
    Evaluating Agricultural Adaptive Management Opportunities
  • Greg Baneck, Outagamie County
    Working with the Agricultural Community on Phosphorus Reduction
  • Kathy Lake, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District
    Yahara WINs Agricultural BMP Pilot Findings


We are pleased to offer two viewing options to participate in this webinar:

ONLINE: Register for the webinar below.


IN PERSON: No registration required.

At the UWM School of Continuing Education
161 W. Wisconsin Ave., 7th Floor of the Plankinton Building
Downtown Milwaukee (above the Shops of Grand Avenue)

Bring your lunch or purchase food in our cafe, immediately adjacent to the meeting room.


Obtain current information on evaluating Wisconsin’s Adaptive Management option for phosphorus reduction. Regulators will answer commonly asked adaptive management questions, wastewater utilities will describe their approach to evaluating if adaptive management is right for them, and organizations will share what they have found to be important when working closely with the agricultural community. Don’t miss this opportunity to be well informed about how Adaptive Management could be an important tool for reducing phosphorus in your watershed.

The CSWEA-Wisconsin November business meeting will take place in the same location as the webinar at 2pm for those who wish to participate. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!

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Upon conclusion of the webinar, participants will have the opportunity to request a certificate from UWM for 2 Professional Development Hours; the cost of the certificate is $25, and will be invoiced by UWM.
Dates and locations to be announced.


Fall 2015 Water Technology Brochure

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