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WATERLINE - September, 2014

Don’t miss the annual WALPA conference!

WALPA-color-logoRegister now for the 27th annual WALPA conference in Chelan from September 30 to October 2!

Session topics will include:

  • Central Washington lakes
  • Student research
  • Harmful algae blooms
  • Volunteer monitoring
  • Fish habitat improvement
  • Aquatic invertebrates
  • Aquatic plant management and ecology
  • New technology/methods for lake management

To submit an abstract, please visit: https://www.walpa.org/annual-conference/

Students, make sure to submit your posters for the student poster contest – the best one gets a $100 prize!

We have reserved a block of rooms for the conference at Campbell’s Resort. Rooms are expected to fill up fast, so book your room now!  Please refer to reservation #335795 when booking your room to make sure you get the group discount: http://www.campbellsresort.com/

See you in Chelan!


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