Photo: Schuylkill River near Birdsboro, C. Towne
The Watershed Congress has evolved since 1998 to advance the best available information and techniques for protecting and restoring watersheds. We're marking our 20th year in 2017.
The focus on networking across disciplines means that the Watershed Congress melds science, policy and practical applications into one program. As a result, the annual Watershed Congress is a highly anticipated event for people interested in understanding, protecting, and restoring their local streams.
The 2017 Watershed Congress is a day-long conference offering a keynote panel discussion on water monitoring, 21 concurrent sessions covering a broad range of watershed topics, poster sessions, tours of Montgomery County Community College's Aquaponics Laboratory, and exhibits by watershed organizations, environmental consulting firms, and government agencies. For full descriptions, check out the Program Detail on the Watershed Congress calendar page.