Rivers Alliance of CT recently re-built our water-related events listings after a transition to a new website hosting provider. The new listings of events includes everything we listed on the old websites, but in what we hope is more useful format. Here are our lists of events:
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Leir Retreat Center, Ridgefield
October 5, 2017, 9 – 2 PM
If you plan to attend, let us know
Space limited. Registration required.
Contact Rivers Alliance at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 860-361-9349 to register.
The State Water Plan is at the forefront of discussions around the state. This conference will focus on the Plan and other water policy issues that will affect all Connecticut residents.
The agenda includes:
- Latest news on the State Water Plan.
- An Update on the proposed leasing of drinking water watershed lands for rock mining.
- What’s in store for the next state legislative session, which starts in January.
- Pesticides (herbicides) – What is a town’s authority regarding aquatic application?
The event is free, thanks to our host and sponsor, the Leir Retreat Center.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Space is limited, registration is required. To register, email Rivers Alliance at email@example.com, or call 860-361-9341.
If you have an announcement you would like to make at the conference, please let us know as soon as possible. We will add you to the agenda. We limit announcements to less than 5 minutes each. We will also have tables for those who would like to bring information to distribute to the group.
We hope you can join us.
“There are a few more information meetings being planned around the state (Westport, Wallingford and an as-yet-to-be-determined Eastern CT location), and as those are firmed up, we’ll share the announcements with you.
We have also scheduled the formal public hearing to receive comment on the draft State Water Plan for the evening of Monday, October 30 here at DEEP, and announcements on that will be coming out in the near future.”