2011 Annual Summit held October 22nd

Thanks to all those that participated in the 2011 Annual Summit!  The focus was on “Sustainability in Uncertain Times” and we heard from some great speakers on nutrient analysis opportunities, sustainable income streams, watershed report cards, TMDL implementation in the York watershed, and water quality analysis of stormwater ponds.

Karen Anderson presents on nutrient analysis opportunities at the Friends of Shenandoah lab

Breakout sessions were provided in the afternoon where participants could…

…learn how to upload data to the VA Department of Environmental Quality database…

James Beckley with VA DEQ provides Citizen Monitoring Database training


…participate in an open discussion of the VA Save Our Streams program…

Leah Miller with the Izaak Walton League leads a brainstorming session on the VA SOS program

…or go on a tour of the Low Impact Development Conservation Practices installed at Randolph Macon College.

Participants check out the rain garden near the Copley Science Building on Randolph Macon College's campus.


Thanks again to all speakers and participants for making this year’s summit a great success. Click here to access the meeting agenda and presentations.

Hope to see you next year!