Pure Water Forum Annual Meeting: October 12, 2017
Go WILD - Managing our landscape for the Natural World
The Pure Water Forum will be holding its Annual Meeting in Bluemont, VA at Shenandoah University's Cool Spring Campus.
Planned Speakers Include: Shenandoah University of its landscape restoration partners, Blue Ridge PRISM, The City of Waynesboro and James Madison University. Please join us to “Go WILD - Managing our landscape for the Natural World”.
Registration starts at 9:15 am.
Program begins at 9:30 am, with a buffet lunch included.
Please email Tara Sieber to register for the Annual Meeting.
For more information please contact Tara Sieber:
2016 Annual Meeting
October 6, 2016
The Pure Water Forum will be holding its Annual Meeting in Staunton, VA at the Frontier Culture Museum's Lecture Hall.
Join us and experts in the field, as we discuss proven methods to engage citizens, landowners, businesses, government and other stakeholders around water quality initiatives. The featured speaker this year will be Dr. Frank Dukes from the UVA-Institute for Environmental Negotiation who will share his experiences with engaging communities and working with diverse stakeholder groups on water quality issues over the last twenty-five years.
Registration starts at 9:00 am.
Program begins at 9.30 am, with lunch and afternoon field trips included.
Online registration has closed. For more information please contact Tara Sieber:
Phone: (540) 574-7870
2015 Annual Meeting
October 15, 2015
2014 Annual Meeting
September 26, 2014
2013 Annual Meeting
October 10, 2013
|Educating Our Way to a Healthier Bay: The Role of Educators in Improving Water Quality in the Shenandoah River|
2011 Annual Meeting
In October 2011, the Pure Water Forum held its annual meeting in Waynesboro, VA in the South River watershed. The event began with a keynote address from Mr. Matt Lohr, Commissioner of the VA Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. A panel discussion on the Chesapeake Bay TMDL followed the keynote address, then lunch and a tour of restoration projects underway along the South River.