Upcoming Symposium to Address Innovations in Lake Management

Oct. 23, 2018
Photo credit: Eugene Braig

The North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) will meet in Cincinnati, Ohio at the end of this month (Oct 30-Nov 2) and seeks to bring together anyone with an interest in managing and protecting lakes and reservoirs for today and tomorrow.  The 38th International Symposium themed, Now Trending: Innovations in Lake Management will feature exhibits, workshops, field trips, social and networking events, and technical and poster sessions. 

Eugene Braig, aquatic ecosystems program director serves as Host Committee Co-Chair and Suzanne Gray, assistant professor of aquatic physiological ecology serves as a Program Co-Chair.  Both are with the School of Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University.

Online registration for NALMS is closed, but onsite registration for the NALMS Symposium will be accepted starting on October 30 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.

The Water Management Association of Ohio (WMAO) is holding their annual conference, “Innovation in water Resource Management” in conjunction with the Symposium on Thursday, October 31. Braig serves as Vice President on WMAO’s Executive Board and is the Advisor to TerrAqua, a student affiliate of WMAO at The Ohio State University with an emphasis on the conservation, care, and enjoyment of aquatic and terrestrial environments.