The Great Rivers Chapter of The International Erosion Control Association (GRIECA) is available to bring together the network of professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry, share the latest technology, and provide educational experiences for the dissemination of knowledge toward the attainment of effective and economical methods of preventing erosion and sedimentation. The chapter serves members located in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska. This website will help provide information on our chapter and its events to the members and those interested in becoming members. We have 2 Educational Conferences at the regional level and then The International Organization has their Annual Conference as well. See the Links below for information on our upcoming conferences. To become a member of the IECA, and a Great Rivers Chapter Member, click on the Join IECA link or contact the IECA Headquarters at either www.ieca.org or 1-800-455-4322.
Co-hosted with IECA Great Rivers Chapter, University of Nebraska Extension and Nebraska Floodplain & Stormwater Manager’s Association (NeFSMA)
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Three great stormwater management educational organizations are coming together this March in Lincoln, Nebraska, joining their networks of professionals in the Stormwater and Watershed Management industry, to share the latest technology, and provide educational experiences for the dissemination of knowledge toward the attainment of effective and economical methods of effective stormwater management in our communities and watersheds..
On behalf of the Conference Planning Committee, the International Erosion Control Association’s Great Rivers Chapter, along with the Nebraska Floodplain & Stormwater Manager’s Association (NEFSMA), and University of Nebraska Extension invite you to “Tomorrow’s Water Today: A Midwest Perspective on Stormwater, LID, and Watershed Management” This one-day workshop features high-quality speakers and information to inform and engage attendees in through-provoking conversation, as well as ideas to take back to their own communities. The workshop sets the tone for longer-range planning on hot topics such as MS4 Management, active and post-construction stormwater management, Uraban and agriculture-based watershed management planning, and much more. Speakers and content range from the core focus of the International Erosion Control Association to trends in science and research on surface water quality, stormwater and more.
We would like to invite you to Lincoln, NE and this one-of-a-kind Midwest Stormwater event. We are pleased to bring so many experts together. Your participation demonstrates the high level of commitment to stormwater management, water quality, and stewardship throughout the four states, and bordering IECA chapter regions.