The Alameda County Watershed Confluence is a county-wide conference designed to provide a forum for local groups, community members and representatives from the public and private sectors interested in creek and watershed health to meet, network, share innovative ideas and inspire new partnerships in watershed management in Alameda County.

Register

Event Registration

To register for this event please visit our Eventbrite page. Registration will remain open until October 1st.
Registration fee: $20.00
Registration includes conference attendance, lunch, and admission plus one drink ticket for the networking event following the conference.
If you need financial assistance with the registration fee, please click here.

Event Date & Time

October 17, 2018
Doors open at 8:00 a.m. for registration (coffee and tea provided during this time)
Program from 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Networking Event from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Event Location

The Oakland Scottish Rite Center
1547 Lakeside Dr, Oakland (map)
BART: Lake Merritt Station (0.4 miles away)
Parking lots for the OSRC (pdf)

Sponsorship

Become a sponsor today! Download the Sponsorship Opportunities Form to find out how you can support the Alameda County Watershed Confluence and have your organization featured at this great event.

Awards

Nominate a deserving individual or organization for recognition at the upcoming Alameda County Watershed Confluence. Awards will be given in three categories: Watershed Leadership, Watershed Projects or Youth Program / Educator. Download the Awards Nomination Form for award descriptions and criteria and for more information on submitting a nomination.

Additional Information

Interested in participating in the Confluence?
The call for posters will remain open until September 4th!
Download application.

Want to learn more about other ways to get involved?
Email watershed.symposium@acrcd.org for information about volunteering.

Agenda topics include:
– Green Infrastructure Programs
– Public/Non-profit Partnerships: Getting Work Done in the Age of Declining Budgets
– Native Plant Restoration and Pathogen Issues
– Citizen Science Bird Monitoring
– Stream Restoration under a Management Master Plan
– San Leandro Creek Greenway
– History of Fish Restoration Advocacy in the Alameda Creek Watershed
– Preparing for the Storm
– Upland Water and Grazing Management

Check back soon for more details about the agenda, speakers, and other information about the day.

Contact Information

Rachelle Hedges
Watershed Confluence Coordinator
Email: watershed.symposium@acrcd.org