Waters of the U.S. webinar registration now open

The EPA Waters of the U.S. Webinar for NACD members is now open for registration. To register follow the instructions on the link here. Once registered, you will receive webinar log-in information and call-in information. You have the option of just calling in if that is your preference.

The webinar will be held on Wednesday, May 7 from 2:30-4:00 p.m. Eastern

Please distribute this to all the districts within your state as it is open to all members of NACD. After this webinar, the NACD Natural Resource Policy Committee will begin gathering input to develop comments for the Proposed Rule and Interpretive Rule. The full NACD Board will also have the opportunity for input, and a call will be scheduled (It is not yet scheduled). Note: this webinar is not able to be posted after it is completed.

Link to register: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/758449610

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2 Responses to Waters of the U.S. webinar registration now open

  1. Miriam Reed says:

    Just wrote some thoughts on this and tried to send to you as directed – notice came up to correct the red area but saw none

    and all other info. filled in was correct – so have no idea now how to get my thoughts to you. Sent a lengthy diss ertation to

    Farm Bureau upon their request so at least have made comments to them. Thanks Miriam Reed – boxoreed@q.com

  2. wnrcdclerk says:

    Sorry about the problem with your comment, Miriam. Please feel free to send anything you want posted directly to me if you encounter this in the future. I’d be happy to post for you. ~Diana

    Winkelman Natural Resource Conservati

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