FCCMA Onsite Training

Water Quality in Southwest Florida

Event Co-sponsor and Moderator: The FGCU Student Chapter of ICMA

ICMA Practices: 7, 8, 9, 10

Program Summary
Water quality is one of the most important environmental concerns facing South Florida. In this informal, interactive workshop, a diverse panel of state, regional and local government water experts will review the current state of water affairs in South Florida. In addition to a general overview, they will discuss available funding; past, current and future projects to protect this limited resource; and successful collaborative initiatives their agencies have been involved in. This workshop offers an excellent opportunity for attendees to hear from and interact with experts whose mission is to continue to improve water quality in the region. 

  • Jon Inglehart, Director of District Management, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
  • Phil Flood, Principle Regional Representative, SWFMD (Big Cypress Basin)
  • Bob Middleton, Director of Utilities, City of Naples
  • Danette Kinaszczak, Pollution Control Manager, Collier County
  • Rhonda Haag, Director of Sustainability and Projects, Monroe County

Recording Coming Soon: The post-event recording will be ready one week after the live event concludes. You can order it here and we'll contact you when it's available. Contact Carol Russell with questions.

9/20/2019 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Florida Gulf Coast University Room 214 of the Cohen Center 10501 FGCU Blvd South Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565

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