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2013 KDHE Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference
The Great Confluence
Water, Issues, and People Coming Together
The Watershed Management Section of the Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE) is held the 2013 Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference on April 16-17, 2013 in Junction City, KS. This year’s conference focused on the nonpoint source (NPS) issues of the urban NPS environment, nutrient management and water quality, best management practices, and source water issues. Various organizations, agencies, and individuals came together to learn, share, and network on NPS issues.
Please visit our site within the next few days to few presentations, pictures, and other information on our conference.
For those that attended...please visit www.kswraps.org/evaluation to evaluate the conference.