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Held in cooperation with the Michigan Water Environment Association, the Water Environment Federation’s four day Watershed 2004 conference features technical sessions, workshops, and facility tours designed around the latest research, regulations, and practices, presented by experts in the field.
Watershed 2004, scheduled for July 11-14 in Dearborn, Mich., will bring together environmental professionals, from around the world, for a showcase on integrated resource management and environmental protection principles using watershed-based approaches.
Building on the precedent set by past Watershed conferences, Watershed 2004 will explore the challenges of managing the world's watersheds, while highlighting the unique issues of the conference's host region, North America's Great Lakes Basin.
For more information, and early registration discounts, visit www.wef.org.