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Day 1*October 12, 2022

Session 1:
Morning Plenary
 

Registration and Continental Breakfast

 

Welcome and Introduction

Keynote
Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) Update
Source Water Protection: Update and Future Directions
Networking Break
Challenges in Developing Community Water Sources - Panel
Wellhead Protection Luncheon / Source Water Program Recognition
Session 2:
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions
 

Planning for Sustainable Community Water Sources

EPA WaterSense Program and Water Efficiency Resources for Protecting Water Supplies
 

Break

Developing, Updating and Implementing Source Water Protection Plans and Financing Options
 

Hydrogeological Analysis/Delineating Your Wellhead Protection Areas

 

Break

 

Planning and Zoning for Source Water Protection

 

Innovative Ways to Reach Your Audience: Education and Outreach Ideas for Communities

 

Break

 

Low-level Detections of Contaminants and Implications for Source Water Management 

 

New Groundwater Resource Tool

 

Break

 

Water Withdrawal Assessment Tool Process and Status Update

 

Muskegon Norton  Shores PFAS Contamination Investigation

 

Break

 

Economic Costs of Institutional Controls - MSU Study

 

MIEHDWIS - Development and Implementation for Grant Applications

 

Informal Reception

*This is a preliminary Agenda and subject to change. 

Day 2 October 13, 2022

 
MORNING PLENARY
Registration and Continental Breakfast

Welcome - Day 1 Recap

Emerging Contaminants - USMR, Cyanotoxins, and PFAS
Break 
Morning Concurrent Sessions
 

Developing, Updating, and Implementing SWP Plans and Financing Options

 

Forests to MI Faucets Project

 

Break

 

Geothermal Wells: Technical Guidance 

 

Land use, Geology, and Well Construction Affect Rural Groundwater Quality

 

Break

 

Information the public needs to know about our fresh water and protecting it

 

Health risks of waterborne pathogens in public water supply wells from Minnesota

 

Break

 

Water System Funding Opportunities

 

Tapping into the Urban Water Cycle for Public Education

 

Lunch 

 

Plenary Session: Community Education and Engagement with the Office of the Clean Water Public Advocate

 

Closing Remarks - Adjourn

 

*This is a preliminary Agenda and subject to change.

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