Join the Adventures in Collective Water Management Network on Friday, November 17
for an informative discussion about managing waste water and sewage in your community/watershed


This webinar is the 4th in a series of free, on-going support for riparians and local Government Officials following the ML&SA Annual Conference in April 2017.

On Friday, November 17, 2017, at 1:30 PM, The Adventures in Collective Water Management Network will be offering a forum to learn about local efforts for managing wastewater and sewage in your community/watershed. The emphasis will be on septic and sewer systems. This unique webinar format (you can log-in from anywhere via the internet) invites participants to contribute to the conversation. If you are inspired to help prevent future damage from wastewater and sewage in your local community, you will not want to miss this free online meeting. Space for the webinar is limited. Advance registration is required and can be found at https://glccn.org/groups/adventures-in-collective-water-management/ . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Registrations for the event will be accepted until  11:30 AM on Nov 17, 2017,  or until all available participant connections are taken.

Featured presenters on November 17 will be:

Marcy Hamilton, SWMPC, focusing on Septic System Ordinances and examples from the ML&SA Tool Kit web page

Chuck Olson, Omm Engineering, talking about regional sewer systems, especially in lake areas

Paul Sniadecki, ML&SA Board Director, will cover statutory requirements for municipalities to prevent sewage contamination in water, and the impact of the MI Supreme Court decision in the Worth Township matter

For more information contact: Monica Day, Extension Educator – Water Resources, Michigan State University Extension 517-768-2046 (office), 517-604-9500 (cell); or Paul J. Sniadecki, ML&SA Board Director, 269-329-8320


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