March 8-12, 2021
With Wisconsin Water Week, March 8-12, 2021 you can expect:
- Inspiring content in the form of engaging presentations, panel discussions, interactive conversations with experts and more on the full range of water topics
- Opportunities to network with fellow participants through messaging and chat functions
- Exposure to a wide range of service providers and non-profit organizations working on water and water conservation, including the ability to meet one-on-one with representatives
In short, this is NOT going to be just a series of Zoom presentations. You might even call it, unconventional (see what we did there?)
The week’s format will consist of statewide programming on Monday-Wednesday covering a host of topics from surface to ground to drinking water, looking at everything from big trends to restorative actions.
Thursday will concentrate on regions, anchored by the Red Cedar Watershed Conference and its trio of keynote speakers. The Red Cedar and other regional “gatherings” from other basins around the state will hold breakout sessions in between the day’s keynotes.
Friday is designed to be a day of action, with local events (in person, if possible) including workshops, trainings, and field trips, most organized by your local groups.