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Post-Flood Emergency Stream InterventionTrainings

Upcoming Trainings

Updated: November 5, 2014

DEC, in cooperation with Conservation Districts in New York State, is offering Post-Flood Emergency Stream Intervention Training sessions at various locations. These training sessions are designed for the following audiences:

  • Municipal Highway/Department of Public Works staff
  • Local contractors
  • Municipal officials (i.e., Town Supervisors, County Highway Superintendents)
  • County Soil and Water Conservation District staff
  • Environmental organizations
  • County legislators

For more information, or to register or for these training sessions, please use the contact information that is provided in the table below.

Schedule of Post-Flood Emergency Stream Intervention Trainings
Type of Post-Flood Training Date & Time Location Organizer Targeted Audience Contact for Registration or
Additional Information
Emergency Stream Training
6 hr. training class

PIE Credits available

Lunch & Materials Included
Thursday, November 13, 2014

8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
The Nature Conservancy,
Keene, NY
Essex Co. SWCD, Essex Co. Water Quality Coordinating Committee &
Lake Champlain Basin Program

Mike Lovegreen, Presenter
Municipal Officials

Local Contractors involved in flood response

Municipal Equipment Operators

Dept. of Public Works
Pre-register by calling:

Essex County Soil and Water Conservation District at 518-962-8225

or

E-mail to: essexswcd@westelcom.com

No Registration Fee Required