WEDNESDAY WORKSHOPS AND
VIRTUAL REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ONLY
Many times we discuss ways to manage or lessen some of the damage we have done to our lakes and rivers. Whether it be trying to control invasive species, restoring shoreland, or limiting the capture of certain fish species, we’re often playing “catch-up.” While all of those restorations and mitigation strategies are necessary, it is also important to protect our waterways that are still healthy! That’s the theme surrounding The 2022 Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers Convention: Protecting What We Love for the Future.
The hands-on workshops and engaging presentations during this year’s event will be centered around this theme of protecting our water resources. Our look “to the future” means we will also be focusing on success stories and recommendations of resilience, adaptation, and action in a changing climate. We will also be intentional about highlighting efforts and ideas that support diversity, equity, and inclusion in water resource protection and management. Mark your calendars for April 6-8, 2022 and join this unique group of citizen scientists, businesses, and lake, river, and wetland professionals.
To review the costs as well as additional information about the event, visit https://wisconsinwaterweek.org/home/lakes-and-rivers-convention/costs/
While we look forward to seeing you in-person in April, we also realize that some might not be able to travel to Stevens Point for various reasons. Because of this, we will be offering one stream of presentations each day that will be taking place at the Convention Center while also being available through Zoom for those who join us virtually. In the agenda below, the presentations that are labeled as "Hot Topics" will be available through Zoom.
Face coverings will be required at this indoor event while Portage County is at the "high" or "substantial" community transmission level for coronavirus. The health and safety of our presenters and attendees is important to us, so please bring a mask for each day you are attending (click here for CDC guidance about face coverings and regularly updated maps showing county-scale transmission levels). Should the transmission rate change for the better, we may update this requirement in accordance with CDC masking guidance. Thank you for your understanding and compliance.
NOTE: Before clicking on Register, be sure to browse the workshops to make sure you know which one you'll be registering for. Once you click on Register, you will not be able to read the descriptions (unless you go back to the Agenda).
Refund Policy (PDF) for the 2022 Wisconsin Lakes and Rivers Convention.