Konopacky Presents Watershed Management Findings at Symposium

EPI fellow Jamie Konopacky attended and presented at the 9th annual watershed management symposium focused on urban and agricultural collaborations in Dubuque Iowa on February 9. Jamie discussed topics covered in her forthcoming publications. The first part of her talk focused on developing a healthy watershed policy matrix through amendments to and integration of Clean Water Act and Farm Bill conservation programming, and the second part of her talk focused on opportunities to evolve state urban stormwater, agricultural nonpoint and TMDL programming to better support a small watershed policy approach to restoring nutrient impaired waterbodies. Other presenters at the conference discussed a diverse array of topics including Iowa’s leadership in nitrate water quality monitoring, the pending Des Moines Water Works lawsuit, agricultural conservation practices, and development and implementation of urban stormwater programming and projects.

Jamie Konopacky presents her research.

Jamie Konopacky presents her research.

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