Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

NEIWPCC is now inviting abstracts for the National Nonpoint Source (NPS) Workshop, to be held November 6-9, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The workshop will foster coordination among NPS program practitioners and partners by bringing together state, tribal, nation, territorial, federal, and other interested stakeholders involved with program activities under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act.

Abstracts can be submitted until June 4, and are encouraged from federal and state government, watershed organizations, conservation districts, tribes and nations, and territories. Suggested abstract topics include, but are not limited to, best management practices (BMPs), implementation, and watershed planning; NPS funding pathways; tribal/nation topics; new challenges and innovative solutions; and human dimension and community impact of NPS investments and projects. Presentation formats include 30-minute presentations and posters.

Learn more about the conference and abstract requirements here.

The workshop is funded under a cooperative agreement with NEIWPCC from the U.S. EPA’s NPS Management Branch, and was last held in 2018.