16th Annual EPA Region 6 Stormwater Conference
Jul 27 – Aug 1 all-day

This and more information can be found at the event website.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in partnership with the South Central Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association (SCIECA), the City of Fort Worth, the Dallas Fort Worth Airport, the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and the States of Region 6 is hosting the 16th Annual EPA Region 6 Stormwater Conference on July 27 – August 1, 2014, at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel, 200 Main St, Fort Worth, Texas.  This conference will address and discuss the various issues and challenges of managing municipal stormwater, as well as new and upcoming rules and regulations.

Who Should Attend?
This conference is recommended for stormwater professionals including permittees, owners, operators, contractors, consultants, engineers, regulators, and etc. of stormwater systems.

What Topics will the Agenda Include?

  • Sustainable Development, Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure
  • TMDL’s and Watershed Implementation Plans
  • Stormwater Funding
  • Monitoring, New Technologies, and Case Studies
  • Construction and Industrial Stormwater Management
  • Legal, Ordinances and Regulations
  • Stormwater Management Program and Training
  • Public Education and Outreach

Interested in Giving a Presentation?
If you are interested in being a speaker, please submit your abstract for consideration at The deadline to submit your abstract is January 30, 2014. For additional information see the call for papers.

StormCon 2014
Aug 3 – Aug 7 all-day
Pervious in Paradise
Aug 5 – Aug 8 all-day
Linking Stormwater BMP Performance to Receiving Water Protection: Improving Selection and Design
Aug 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Watershed modelers now have a tool that allows them to connect their models to receiving water models as well as meterological data, cost data, and BMP performance data. Framework Version 2.0 is a software environment that makes it easy for modelers to not only develop statistics and charts by directly reading results from models, such as SWMM and CE-QUAL-W2, but connect those models, so that one provides inputs to the other. The Framework does not attempt to recreate the watershed or receiving water models, but efficiently connects the outputs and inputs together so that watershed managers can more effectively plan and design BMP implementation for their specific watershed needs. Framework Version 2.0 is expected to be released in the summer of 2014.

This webcast will provide an overview of Framework Version 2.0 and a step-by-step tutorial session.


  • Larry Roesner, Ph.D., Colorado State University 
  • Charles Rowney, Ph.D., ACR, LLC
  • Theresa Connor, WERF (Moderator)
For additional information, view the recording of the WERF SELECT Version 2.0 Overview and Discussion webcast.

Registration Information:

This webcast is being offered at no charge, and is available for sponsorship. Please register through GoToWebinar.

There will be 1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) offered for this webcast. Please check with your state accreditation agency to determine if you qualify. Log-on information will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the webcast. Included in this email will be information regarding attendance verification, PDH distribution, and procedures to follow during the live event.

Cooperating Organizations:

Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF)

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