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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Surface Water Sampling Workshop

Applied Lake Management and Stormwater Series

Making the connection from rain, stormwater, streams and wetlands to lakes

December 8, 2016 | 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
With pre- and post-class webinars on December 2, 2016 and January 6, 2017
Dakota County Extension and Conservation Center
4100 220th St W, Farmington, MN 55024

Registration: $85; By November 22, 2016
Class limited to first 50 people

Registration fee includes refreshments, workshop materials, and associated webinars. Plus, we will have a showcase of some water quality sampling equipment.

Questions? Please contact: Shahram Missaghi

Who should attend?

  • natural resource managers
  • technicians
  • lake managers
  • homeowner associations
  • early career practitioners
Are you a natural resources professional curious on where, when and how many water quality samples you will need for your monitoring programs? Has it been awhile since your last hands on training? Do you want to learn how to create a water quality sampling regime that helps you achieve your management goals? Then the Surface Water Sampling Workshop is for you!

What will workshop participants learn?

  • The essential components of water quality sampling regime and how to frame it to meet management goals
  • Water quality fundamentals in stormwater, streams, wetlands and lakes and their associated sampling terms, types and methods

Through presentations, case studies, and exercises, learners will be supported by pre- and post-class webinars, introduction to additional resources and demonstration of a series of water quality sampling equipment.

Workshop instructors:

Steve McComas, Blue Water Science; Brian Johnson, Metropolitan Council; Lindsey Albright, Dakota County SWCD; and Shahram Missaghi, University of Minnesota Extension

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