the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Association of Wetland Scientists (CAWS)

  • Crowne Plaza Hotel 1284 Strongtown Rd Southbury, CT

Presentations at this year's program will cover the following topics:

  • Little River Marsh Restoration Project (New Haven)
  • Coastal and Riverine Wetlands and Climate Change Assessment Highlighting Municipal Preparedness, Resiliency, Mitigation, and Adaptation
  • Rolled Erosion Control Products Guidelines, Wildlife Entrapment, and BMPs
  • Factors Controlling Nitrogen Removal Efficiency in Constructed Wetlands
  • Winding Trails Pond Wildlife Relocation Program (Farmington)
  • Legal Updates, New Connecticut PGP, Case Law and Implementation of the 404(b)(1) Guidelines and Mitigation
  • Clark Pond Riparian Area Restoration and Enhancement Project (East Lyme)
  • Morris Gravel Wetland Project and Gravel Wetland Design Principles (Morris)

Plus: grant reports, vernal pool monitoring update, and an exhibitor hall featuring peer groups and product and service providers. Certificates of Completion will be provided.

Here's an agenda of the day's events, with speakers and schedule.

Registration is $65 for CAWS members (learn more about membership!), $80 for non-members, and $35 for students (with ID), and includes continental breakfast and buffet lunch.

For more information, please download the brochure/registration form. You can also register online with a credit or debit card. Registration deadline: Friday, March 14.

Exhibitors welcome! Make an impression on nearly 200 people involved in the study and management of wetlands and other conservation lands. Tables still available — please inquire.