5th Annual Water Quality Conference 
June 8, 2016
Judd Hall, VT Technical College
Randolph, VT

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Vermont faces numerous water quality challenges attributable to human activity. Wastewater management, stormwater runoff from impervious surface associated with roads, homes and businesses, drainage from farm fields and logging roads, and historic hydrologic modification of our streams and rivers all impact current surface water conditions. Act 64, Vermont’s 2015 Clean Water Act, validated that healthy waters are essential to our economy, health, property values, recreation, fisheries and wildlife, and the Vermont brand. Vermont Environmental Consortium’s 5th annual Water Quality Conference will highlight the tremendous opportunity for innovation in water quality management by showcasing a wide-range of efforts currently underway in Vermont to protect, restore and enhance clean water.
FORMS (PDF):
5th Annual WQC sponsor registration
2016 VEC Conference exhibitor registration
2016 VEC Conference attendee registration*
*New!! Any company that joins VEC initially in 2016 will receive one free event registration ($65 value) to the 5th Annual Water Quality Conference on June 8, 2016. Once you have joined we will send you your complimentary attendee registration form. 
7:45 AM – 8:15 AM – Registration & Coffee, Visit exhibitors
8:15 AM –8:30 AM – Welcome
             
Miles Waite, VEC President
              Dan Smith, VTC President
8:30-9:00am Keynote Address: David Mears, Director, Vermont Law School
9:05 AM– 10:05 AM – Panel A: Wastewater
Moderator: Shaun Fielder, VT Rural Water Association
  • Kim Naces, Rich Earth Institute- Peecycling – Fertilizer from Urine
  •  Peter Lazorchak (Wilcox & Barton Inc.), Development of Community Wastewater Loan Program to Fund multiple, Decentralized Wastewater Systems in Waitsfield
  • Chris Pearl, Cabot Creamery Coop.-Large-scale Water Recycling at Cabot Creamery’s Vermont Facilities
10:10 AM – 10:30 AM –Break, Visit Exhibitors
10:35AM– 11:35 AM – Panel B:  Storm water-Roads & Developed Land
Moderator: Dan Currier, Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission
  • Jim Ryan, VT Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Watershed Management Division-VTrans Better Roads Program and Municipal Roads Permitting
  • Dan Albrecht, Chittenden County RPC-VAPDA Green Infrastructure Tool Kit, RPC Initiatives for Water Quality
  • Megan Moir, City of Burlington-Burlington’s Integrated Water Quality Management Planning Effort
11:45 AM-12:45 PM – Lunch in Dining HallEnjoy lunch in the VTC Dining Hall & Visit Exhibitors
12:55 PM-1:55 PM – Panel C:  Agriculture
Moderator: Chuck Ross, Agency of Agriculture
  • Julie Moore, Stone Environmental-Treating Subsurface Tile Drainage to Address Phosphorus Pollution
  • David Dunn, Green Mountain Power-St. Albans Community Bio digester Project
  • Paul Doton, Farmer & Founder-Connecticut River Farmers Watershed Alliance
 1:55-2:15 PM –Break, Visit Exhibitors
2:15 PM-3:15 PM – Panel D: Resiliency
Moderator: Melissa Levy, Community Roots, LLC
  • Joe Segale, VT Agency of Transportation-Transportation Resilience Planning in Vermont
  • Peg Elmer, Community Resilience.org- Hazard Mitigation and Climate Adaption
  • Mary Russ, White River Partnership-Quintown Collaborative to Improve Flood Resiliency in the Upper White River Watershed
3:15 PM – Conference Wrap-up

Questions regarding events can be sent to info@vectogether.org or call 802-747-7900.