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  • WATERLINE - September, 2011

    Sign up for the NALMS conference in Spokane now!

    The time for procrastination is past! Sign up today for the 31st International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society, to be held October 26th -28th at the Spokane Convention Center. Hosted by the Washington State Lake Protection Association (WALPA), a NALMS affiliate, the conference will bring together people from the scientific, environmental, residential, recreational, government and other interested communities who care about lakes. The conference theme is Diverse and Sustainable Lake Management; preliminary program details are below and complete program details are available at:  http://www.cvent.com/events/nalms-2011-spokane-washington/event-summary-0819feed2a9549578c4910e8eb46bf0d.aspx

    In addition to the listed events, NALMS will offer pre-event workshops on October 25th and a post-conference tour on October 29th. WALPA’s annual business meeting will take place at noon at October 28th during the conference. Register for the whole shebang NOW at:http://www.cvent.com/events/nalms-2011-spokane-washington/fees-0819feed2a9549578c4910e8eb46bf0d.aspx

    With general questions about the conference, and for exhibitor and sponsorship information, call the NALMS Office at (608) 233-2836 or visit www.nalms.org. The Symposium Chair is WALPA’s own BiJay Adams; he is available at (509) 922-5443 X230 or bijay@libertylake.org.  For information about Spokane, see www.visitspokane.com/NALMS2011

    Preliminary Program

    Click on the image below for a PDF of the Preliminary Conference Program.




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