The 2018 Missouri Water Seminar is coming soon
This conference, once again offered in cooperation with MDNR’s Water Pollution Protection Program, is a great opportunity to learn about important and timely water issues, including:
How DNR’s compliance assistance approach works and how you can avoid enforcement,
Water Protection Program Update (Chris Wieberg),
Red Tape Reduction–Which rules will change? And which changes will impact you the most,
Implementing the Numeric Nutrient Criteria for lakes (John Hoke),
A Drone Case Study in Fulton, MO (Phil Walsack)
Drones in Next Gen Compliance (Brittany Barrientos)
Ethics for Lawyers (Steve Jeffery)(we have applied for 1 hour of ethics credit with MO BAR),
Perspectives on Water from US EPA Region 7 (Jeff Robichaud)
WOTUS in Missouri, How does it apply? (Aimee Davenport)
PFOA and PFAS in Missouri, and
The Year in Review–What’s Happened in Missouri’s Water World since last year.
We will have US EPA Region 7 officials on our agenda to provide a Federal perspective on a variety of issues.
For the first time, we are expecting a presentation from the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Attorneys, we have applied to the Missouri Bar for CLE credits and one hour of required ethics/malpractice prevention education.
The Missouri Water Seminar also affords you plenty of opportunities to network informally with regulators, environmental professionals, and sponsors. The standard registration fee is $375. (This is an early bird rate that lasts ’til 11:30 pm on August 22. Prices will escalate by $50 at that time.) So please register today.