WETLANDS: SCIENCE AND REGULATORY MANAGEMENT
Registration: GHYD-375 Aug 9-10, 2021 | NWETC
**Note - For every course we have implemented live stream remote attendance options for those who prefer a no-contact alternative to in-person attendance. You will need a computer and an internet connection. We will follow the maximum in-person meeting size as per health authorities, and if recommended we will only offer remote attendance.
If conditions permit, you are welcome to attend the course in-person, we likely will have between 5 to 10 in-person attendee's in a large room to provide safe spacing. We also wipe every surface down and provide hand washing and disinfectant wipes as a courtesy. If you would like more information or have any questions, please contact us via email or phone 425 270 3274.
The objective of this 2-day course is to provide attendees with an overview of wetlands and wetlands management.
The course will touch on the regulatory basis for the protection of wetlands in the United States, including a discussion of recent and attempted changes to wetland regulation. In addition, there will be an overview of the methods used to delineate the boundaries of wetlands, as well as a summary of the various methods used to perform functional assessments. Special focus will be given to the strategies and approaches to developing Nationwide and Individual Permits under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Section 404 regulation. Additionally, there will be detailed discussions on the planning and execution of wetlands mitigation projects.
See "Course Topics" area below for full Course outline.
“Really good broad overview to the various aspects of the wetlands permitting, regulatory, & mitigation process. Perfect for a professional like me who is familiar with wetlands concepts while wanting to learn specifics and how to’s.”Dave G. Oct 2016
“There was a great balance of breadth & depth for the course topic. It touched on a wide variety of areas pertaining to wetlands and their regulation under the CWA. The course gave me the background info & context to better understand wetlands management and mitigation. Chuck did a great job presenting the context & incorporating his wealth of experience in the field of environmental consulting and wetlands mitigation/permitting.” Angie F. Oct 2016
This course is intended for environmental professionals involved in wetlands management such as consultants, regulators, lawyers, and those in technical/scientific positions.
Continuing Education Units: 1.40 CEUs