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Annual NPS Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts for the 33rd Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS) Conference is now open. Submissions are invited from NPS managers at the state, federal, and municipal level, as well as from the private sector, watershed organizations, Tribes & Nations, and academia.

The theme of next years conference is: Environmental Justice, Equity & Climate Change. We are looking for abstract submissions that have a focus on any of these themes, but abstracts are not limited to these topics exclusively.

  • Basic Information

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    Please submit your contact information below. Include all requested information to ensure your submission receives full consideration. Asterisks (*) indicate mandatory input fields.






















  • If someone else will be co-presenting, please include their information below.






  • If your abstract addresses one of this year’s themes, please select the most applicable below.



  • Please select all applicable topic areas.




















  • Abstract Details

  • Please note that it is NEIWPCC’s policy that all presentations must be given in-person.





  • Please enter your full abstract below. Limit to 300 words.
  • Please provide a brief professional biography, professional career page, or LinkedIn. If more than one speaker, please include their bio(s) as well. Limit to 250 words.

  • Please indicate any special AV or setup requirements for your presentation. Please also note if you require more than the alloted time slot of 25 minutes (plus 5 minutes Q&A). Limit to 250 words.
  • It is anticipated that NEIWPCC will notify you about the status of your abstract in February 2023.

    Please contact Devon Case at dcase@neiwpcc.org with any questions.

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