Do you live and/or work in Central Florida? Then you don’t want to miss this workshop.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2012 – 8 A.M. – 4 P.M. the Lakes Education Action Drive (LE/AD) will host Integrating Stakeholders In Water Resource Management Workshop at the Central Florida Visitors & Convention Bureau, Polk County Sports Marketing, 2701 Lake Myrtle Park Road, Auburndale, FL 33823
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Partnerships are a key to effective watershed management. Through a partnership, different people and organizations work together to address common interests and concerns. Constructive dialogue is the best way to identify solutions to the sustainability challenges of natural resource management. This workshop is designed to engage stakeholders by bringing them together with corporate and environmental leaders, policymakers and regulators for constructive dialogs aimed at creating a more sustainable watershed.
ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
The deadline to register is October 5, 2012. Pre-registration fee is $25; registration after October 5th $35. Register early as space is limited. Lunch will be provided to registered participants. Cash, check or credit card accepted. Credit card payment provided through PayPal. Visit www.LE-AD.org to make credit card payment.
WHEN & WHERE
When: Wednesday, October 10. 2012
Registration 7:30 – 8 a.m.
Workshop 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Central Florida Visitors & Convention Bureau
Polk County Sports Marketing
2701 Lake Myrtle Park Road
Auburndale, FL 33823
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Johnna Martinez, Executive Director, Lakes Education/Action Drive (LE/AD) at (863) 221-5323 or email email@example.com. Visit our web site at www.le-ad.org for more information about LE/AD.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
-Water Resource Managers -Lake Managers
-Local and County Government Staff -Community Leaders
-Stakeholders interested in lakes
October 5, 2012.
Sponsored by: The Southwest Florida Water Management District
In cooperation with:
The Lakes Education Action Drive
The City of Winter Haven
The City of Lakeland
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission