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Thanks for visiting our site. This webinar portal site is sponsored by the UW-Extension Regional Natural Resources Program. Our purpose is to provide you comprehensive access to registration and materials for upcoming webinars and materials. You can also find presentations, related links and recordings of previously-held webinars.

UW-Extension’s Regional Natural Resources Program includes a team of Natural Resource Educators located across the state. The educators provide local and statewide education, training, and technical support for environmental and natural resource issues. This portal will serve as a launching point for current and archived natural resource webinars.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Watershed-Based Phosphorus Compliance Strategies

Watershed-Based Phosphorus Compliance Strategies Webinar Series

This four-part webinar series builds on previous years’ offerings to feature case studies, water quality trading and adaptive management examples, and support tools designed to aid in decision making.

Part 1: The Great Phosphorus Compliance Adventure
Wednesday, January 21 • 11am-12pm

Part 2: Case studies: Opportunities for Adaptive Management and Water Quality Trading to be Successful
Wednesday, February 18 • 11am-12pm

Part 3: EVAAL Model Overview
Wednesday, March 18 • 11am-12pm

Part 4: Using the P Trade Report in SNAP+
Wednesday, April 22 • 11am-12pm

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permeable surface

Permeable Pavement for Stormwater Management Webinar Series

This two-part webinar series will focus on this rapidly expanding and evolving subject with special emphasis on understanding Wisconsin’s new standard for permeable pavements and indepth discussions covering how to plan, design, install and maintain these pavement systems in the Badger State. Download Permeable Pavement Training 2015 flyer (2MB)

Part 1: Introduction to Permeable Pavement for Storm Water Management
Thursday, January 22 • 9am-12pm
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Part 2: Advanced Permeable Pavement for Storm Water Management
Tuesday, February 17 • 9am – 12pm
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