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Water Management Association of Ohio

                                The only organization dedicated to all of Ohio's water resources.

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November, 2021

Wednesday
3
Crowne Plaza Columbus North
7:30 AM
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We invite all who work in water resources to join us for this networking event as a special breakfast that will include a chef hosted omelet bar to officially kick-off the start of the 50th Annual WMAO Conference. In particular, WMAO Water Buffalo are encouraged to attend.
Wednesday
3
Crowne Plaza Columbus North
8:00 AM
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ENGAGING WATER PROFESSIONALS THROUGH THE DECADES
1.2 CEUs
Join us as we celebrate five decades of water resource protection efforts as a statewide nonprofit in Ohio serving practitioners working collaboratively within five WMAO divisions and twelve water interest areas.
Wednesday
3
Crowne Plaza Columbus North
8:00 AM
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ENGAGING WATER PROFESSIONALS THROUGH THE DECADES
Join us in sponsoring this annual event as we celebrate five decades of water resource protection efforts as a statewide nonprofit in Ohio serving practitioners working collaboratively within five WMAO divisions and twelve water interest areas.
Thursday
4
Crowne Plaza Columbus North
8:00 AM
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ENGAGING WATER PROFESSIONALS THROUGH THE DECADES
1.2 CEUs
Join us as we celebrate five decades of water resource protection efforts as a statewide nonprofit in Ohio serving practitioners working collaboratively within five WMAO divisions and twelve water interest areas.
Thursday
4
Crowne Plaza Columbus North
8:00 AM
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ENGAGING WATER PROFESSIONALS THROUGH THE DECADES
Join us in sponsoring this annual event as we celebrate five decades of water resource protection efforts as a statewide nonprofit in Ohio serving practitioners working collaboratively within five WMAO divisions and twelve water interest areas.
Friday
5
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Investigate the water crises that are impacting municipal systems, industry, and agriculture, all intensified by a changing climate. We will explore water at local, regional, and national levels and the social and environmental justice issues that have arisen. We will hear stories directly from Indigenous peoples, artists, activists, and researchers working to protect water. Most importantly, we will present solutions that are springing up across the planet to strengthen our memory of and relationship with water.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pathways-to-regeneration-honoring-water-tickets-166191213393
Saturday
6
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Investigate the water crises that are impacting municipal systems, industry, and agriculture, all intensified by a changing climate. We will explore water at local, regional, and national levels and the social and environmental justice issues that have arisen. We will hear stories directly from Indigenous peoples, artists, activists, and researchers working to protect water. Most importantly, we will present solutions that are springing up across the planet to strengthen our memory of and relationship with water.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pathways-to-regeneration-honoring-water-tickets-166191213393
Thursday
11
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As solar facility owners, designers, contractors expand their territories from the desert into areas with less-forgiving conditions for managing stormwater, many lessons are being learned. This presentation is provided from the perspective of a construction stormwater professional with experience on several utility-scale solar facilities in the wet, hilly southeastern US. Five areas of risk will be explored as well as a fundamental approach to managing stormwater that may be applied for success on all land-disturbing projects, regardless of their size or the type of infrastructure being constructed.
Thursday
11
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Hosted by American Water Works Association, Ohio Section

Join us for a virtual discussion highlighting the diverse voices and experiences of some very valuable, interesting, and leading professionals in the Ohio water industry.

Please join Ari Copeland for our next speaker event.

Please note, you are able to register multiple people at one time. Just select the number of registrations you would like at the beginning.

A Zoom link will be sent to you via email. Please contact DiversityinWaterOhio@gmail.com if any questions!

Ari Copeland (He/Him/His) is an Operations Specialist with Black & Veatch Corporation in Kansas City, Missouri. Ari has a Civil/Environmental Engineering background and is a dual licensed water and wastewater treatment operator. Ari started his 16-year AWWA volunteer experience in the Ohio Section as a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati. Ari is a member of the AWWA Diversity and Membership Inclusion Committee and an AWWA Board member serving as a Director at Large. He is a member of the Association of Minority Speakers and gives presentations on the queer and transgender experience, sharing knowledge and perspective to increase empathy in the water and wastewater industry.

Please see Ari's full bio here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UKNIJ-5HXKIgv36tvxNughmE_KmUXG02/edit
Wednesday
17
ODNR Assembly Center East & West
8:00 AM
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The Ohio Dam Safety Organization has collaborated with West Consultants, Inc. to provide comprehensive, in-person, 2-day HEC-HMS training. Participants are expected to provide their own laptops with the newest version of HEC-HMS software installed. Highlights of the course include:
• HEC-HMS GIS capabilities
• Meteorological Modeling in HEC HMS including HMR 52 & Ohio Statewide PMP Study
• Multiple Sub basin, River Reach Modeling and Calibration
• Synthetic Hydrographs
• Lunch and light snacks provided
• Earn up to 16 PDHs!
Thursday
18
ODNR Assembly Center East & West
8:00 AM
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The Ohio Dam Safety Organization has collaborated with West Consultants, Inc. to provide comprehensive, in-person, 2-day HEC-HMS training. Participants are expected to provide their own laptops with the newest version of HEC-HMS software installed. Highlights of the course include:
• HEC-HMS GIS capabilities
• Meteorological Modeling in HEC HMS including HMR 52 & Ohio Statewide PMP Study
• Multiple Sub basin, River Reach Modeling and Calibration
• Synthetic Hydrographs
• Lunch and light snacks provided
• Earn up to 16 PDHs!