The Washington State Lakes Protective Association will hold it’s annual conference in Lake Chelan October 17th through the 19th. This venue should be quit a good one. The day prior to sessions (Wednesday the 17th) there will be a couple of technical seminars on new technologies for mapping and water quality sampling. The program looks excellent as well. There will be sessions on noxious aquatic weed problems and we have been invited to speak on the subject of “New Strategies for Large Scale Eurasian Milfoil Control Programs”. We will be presenting information on things we learned on the Lake Pend Oreille Project, the largest Eurasian Milfoil control program ever performed west of the Mississippi River.
For a look at the conference program and the sign up forms, click on these links or visit the WALPA site through the blog roll on the right.