The Association of State Wetland Managers is a nonprofit membership organization established in 1983 to promote and enhance protection and management of wetland resources, to promote application of sound science to wetland management efforts and to provide training and education for our members and the public. Membership is open to anyone who is involved with wetland resources.

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ASWM Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting (2)

Annual State Federal Tribal Coordination Meeting

Adaptation & Resiliency for the Advancement of Wetland Science, Policy and Practice

We invite you to join us for ASWM’s Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting, to be held virtually April 12-15, 2021. The purpose of this annual meeting is to support state and tribal wetland program managers, and other wetland professionals as they respond to challenges in the coming year. This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually again due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but each day’s agenda will be shorter, start later and include plenty of breaks.

Focus Areas for This Year’s Meeting Include:

  • Federal policy updates and significant court cases
  • Wetland science and climate change resiliency
  • Wetland Program Capacity: Adapting to New Regs, COVID-19, Budgets
  • Mapping, tools and technology

Agenda 

Draft Agenda can be downloaded here(Posted 2/11/21)

Call for Abstracts Now Open - Deadline is February 28, 2021

Submissions are encouraged with the four focus areas listed above.

Call for Abstract Instructions can be found here.

Abstracts can be submitted directly here.

Deadline for submitting an abstract is February 28, 2021


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Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award - Deadline to Apply is Monday, March 15, 2021

The first annual Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award competition is now open! This award will fund all expenses for one or more students studying wetland science, law or policy (either undergraduate or graduate level) to attend ASWM's annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination meeting. More information can be found here.

Registration Information - Deadline to Register is Friday, April 2, 2021

Please note we are only providing standard registration rates for 2021 (no early or late rates).

Rates have been reduced for 2021 to reflect the challenges facing our members and state/tribal agency budgets due to COVID-19.

Deadline to Register is Friday, April 2, 2021 by 3:00 p.m. Eastern:

  • Pay by check or money order (DUE BY MONDAY, MARCH 15th)
  • Pay online by PayPal or by phone with Credit Card (DUE BY APRIL 2nd)

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If you have any immediate questions, please feel free to reach out to Marla Stelk, ASWM Executive Director, at or by phone at 207-892-3399.

Jon Kusler Memorial Page

 

Jon A. Kusler

 

Jon A. Kusler, Esq., Ph.D.

July 25, 1941 – October 8, 2020

JonOn Thursday, October 8th, 2020, ASWM’s founder, Dr. Jon A. Kusler, Esq. passed away peacefully with his family by his side after heroically battling Multiple System Atrophy for more than a year. The global community of wetland and floodplain managers, scientists, policymakers, lawyers and practitioners have lost a colleague, a mentor and a friend. Jon paved the way for wetland and floodplain protection around the world, challenging us to think beyond the norm – to find new and innovative ways to solve some of our most pressing environmental issues. As a way to provide a place for communal reflection and to celebrate Jon’s life, ASWM has created a memorial page on its website where staff will be posting messages shared by those who knew Jon. If you would like to share a story or a sentiment on the page, please go here.

ASWM has also created a Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award, a competitive award to fund all expenses for one or more students studying wetland science, law or policy (either undergraduate or graduate level) to attend ASWM’s annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination meeting. Jon’s family has requested that any monetary gifts in Jon’s memory be contributed to the fund to continue his legacy for years to come. Contributions to the award can be made on ASWM’s donations page here.

 

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Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award

In honor of ASWM’s founder, Dr. Jon A. Kusler, Esq., ASWM has established the Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award, a competitive award to fund all expenses for one or more students studying wetland science, law or policy (either undergraduate or graduate level) to attend ASWM’s annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination meeting. Contributions to the scholarship award will ensure that Jon’s legacy lives on by building the capacity of the next generation to protect and restore our nation’s wetlands.

Donate here to the Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award.

 

         
    Memories from Colleagues and Friends     
         
    From Max Finlayson, Institute for Land, Water & Society, Charles Sturt University    
    I met Jon in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1989 at the Wetlands and River Corridor Management conference where I was attending my first international wetland management meeting. It was likely one of many similar meetings for yourself and established colleagues, but it was a first for myself in my then new job in the UK. It was a great start to a career in wetland management, and later back into research. Thanks for your part in that – I don’t underestimate the value of such events in helping people get a start in their jobs and I guess also in their life directions. So thanks for that –a lot of thanks - the meeting and the people you enabled me to meet were certainly valuable. I’m pleased to have the opportunity to send a message, and say thanks for Jon’s support and guidance, and to also acknowledge his contributions to wetlands and to wetland managers. Be assured that his ideas and wisdom do continue through the efforts of many others, including this “raw” strongly accented wetlander from the tropical, crocodile inhabited, stinking hot swamps at the top of Australia. It’s all appreciated, and with fond memories, and much gratitude    
         
    Joe Berg, Biohabitats     
    Jon was a great guy that contributed so much to so many. He will be missed.      
         
    Michael Gease, Floodplain Manager    
  Jon A. Kusler was one of the true heavyweights who contributed much to my understanding and appreciation of floodplains and wetlands as an integrated natural system needing protection.    
         
    Mary Kentula, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency    
    Jon influenced so much throughout his lifetime and leaves an impressive legacy. I’ll always remember our phone calls and meetings during the planning and production of Wetland Creation and Restoration – The Status of the Science, which soon became a classic in the fields of wetland ecology and restoration. Most of all, I will remember Jon’s mentoring of a new PhD who was just beginning her career with EPA and was very “wet behind the ears”. I learned so much from Jon about how to build a team, garner support for a project, and execute a large product like Wetland Creation and Restoration. He will be missed and lovingly remembered by many, especially me.     
         
    Richard Smardon    
    Jon and I worked on many of his ASWM conferences and meetings. We co-chaired the 1990 Great Lakes Wetlands conference in Niagara Falls NY. We also worked together on the two ecotourism conferences in Merida Mexico and Miami Beach Florida. I remember sitting on a bench with Jon and Rud Platt in Knoxville Tennessee at a TVA meeting and exchanging past memories and future possibilities.    
         
    Ralph Tiner    
   

I was saddened to hear of Jon's passing.  I've known Jon for nearly half a century. He was an extraordinary individual...one of a kind. He was instrumental in bringing wetlands and floodplains to the forefront of national policy. He was a mover and a shaker.  I am most familiar with his work on wetlands that helped guide national wetland policy, promoting wetland regulation, restoration, assessment, and conservation. He was an inspiration to many. As an accomplished writer, especially of policy, Jon has left us thousands of pages of his insight into many topics relevant to wetland and floodplain protection and conservation.  He was also an adventurer as I remember him telling a story of a family vacation in Central America where they were chased by local militia. Jon was a man of many talents.  He was a rock hound and had quite a collection of rocks at his home.  He invited me and my family to accompany him on one of his local expeditions to dig for Herkimer diamonds in upstate New York.  My kids (now adults) still remember this adventure.  For on a hot humid New York summer day, we spent hours digging with Jon in one of his favorite spots.  His enthusiasm for digging was contagious and we were all impressed by his determination to help us find some gems.  We did come home with a few but on the way home we passed an Amish farmstand where they were selling some that were larger than our treasures so we bought a few to add to our collection.  Wetlands and floodplains are better off than they were before Jon began his campaign to help them.  Thanks Jon for all your efforts and for establishing the Association of State Wetland Managers that will continue to fight for wetlands and floodplains.  May you rest in peace my friend.

   
         
    Paul Adamus    
   

So sad to hear of Jon’s passing. There is perhaps no other professional colleague to whom I owe as much for the career I’ve had, and during the 1970s and beyond few were as instrumental in moving wetlands to the forefront of policy and scientific discussion at a national and global scale. I knew of his reknown in wetland circles when to my surprise he cold-called me in 1983 expressing admiration for a government report I’d just published and which I assumed only a few would notice since I was an unknown scientist back then, working in a small town on the Maine Coast. His subsequent sharing with other wetlands people his enthusiasm for my work (which later became the WET and WESP function assessment methods) definitely jump-started my career. And it began a long friendship and led to many times together, both formal and informal, over the decades. When I suffered a near-death event a week before I was to present at one of his symposia in 1986, he sent a card of concern signed by many who attended. That, as much as his immense achievements, is what I remember him for.

   
         
    Eric Hughes, EPA, Retired    
    I have very fond memories of Jon and his leadership of the State Association of Wet Land Managers in the 1990-1996 time period. I was managing the EPA Region 4 (8 Southeastern States) wetland program, which provided grants (~$2.5 M/yr) to our State 401/wetland agencies to assist them. Jon attended several of our annual State wetland meetings in Atlanta, & he was just inspirational. Always upbeat, always encouraging our Region 4 State managers, & many of them had little political support or resources in their home states. He was just a wonderful person, a real leader. RIP     
         
  Michael Josselyn, WRA, Retired    
    Jon was very influential in my career. As a young wetland scientist, I first met him at a Society of Wetland Scientists meeting in San Francisco where he asked me to participate in summarizing the science of tidal wetland restoration for an upcoming book being published by the EPA. I was honored to contribute in that effort and met many other wetland scientists and practitioners. Later as I transitioned to wetland restoration consulting, I could always count on Jon's well written explanations of laws, regulations, and court determinations to better understand not only how it affected California, but other states as well. His leadership and clear and thorough writings during the formative years (and beyond) on wetland science and regulation will be read by many and will set a high standard for those who follow. Thank you, Jon, for all your contributions to our field and you will truly be missed.    
         
    Don Witherill, Maine Department of Environmental Protection    
    Over my many years with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, I have learned much about how to shape environmental policy. I have learned and taken inspiration from a number of individuals, but none more so than Jon. In the mid 1980’s, Maine had just enacted its first law to regulate freshwater wetlands. I was hired to oversee the program and needed guidance. That’s when I was introduced to Jon and a group of state counterparts, who would soon become the Association of State Wetland Managers. We all came to the group with unique circumstances related to our states’ political and cultural climates, but we all had common aspirations to develop effective wetlands programs. Jon understood all of that as well as how state programs could effectively draw from the Federal Clean Water Act provisions. Jon brought us together, organizing annual conferences and work group meetings to help us sort through how we could more effectively manage our programs. I remember how early on, I think it may have been in 1985, Jon took special interest in Maine’s developing program and helped us organize one of the early national conferences in Portland, Maine. It was at a critical stage in our program’s development and gave us a boost of energy moving forward. One of my favorite memories of that conference involved our keynote speaker. We had lined up a former state Attorney General for that role and were in the last stages of preparation when word reached one of our U.S. Senators that Maine would be hosting a National Wetlands Conference. That was Senator George Mitchell, who later went on to become Secretary of State and a pretty accomplished negotiator, to say the least. Jon’s first reaction was “who is this guy and why is he coming to our conference?” I remember assuring Jon that Senator Mitchell would be a worthwhile addition to our agenda, and it turned out he was. That was one of the only times I was able to offer Jon some advice, as it usually went the other way. Over the ensuing years, I drew frequently upon Jon’s knowledge on a variety of wetland regulatory issues and we were able to secure passage of a strong set of wetlands rules covering the bases of “avoidance, minimization and mitigation.” While I eventually moved on to other responsibilities that took me away from wetlands regulation, I still look back on those years with a sense of pride and accomplishment. Jon was instrumental in those efforts in Maine, as I know he was in many other states around the country.    
         
    Julia Fonseca    
    Jon's written works provided me much guidance on floodplain and wetland policy. I am glad to have been able to meet him and learn from his many policy papers! My condolences are offered to his friends, colleagues and families.    
         
         

 

Jon and Anna

 


AwardJon as a teenager

 

 

Jon and Family with Gilbert White

 

 Jon and Crystals

 

Funding Opportunity: Five Star & Urban Waters Restoration Grants

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation November 1, 2016

The Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration Program seeks to develop nation-wide-community stewardship of local natural resources, preserving these resources for future generations and enhancing habitat for local wildlife. Projects seek to address water quality issues in priority watersheds, such as erosion due to unstable streambanks, pollution from stormwater runoff, and degraded shorelines caused by development. For more information, click here. Proposals due by January 31, 2017 by 11:59 p.m. ET.

PA: Green City, Clean Waters Blows Past Year Five Targets

Philadelphia Watersheds Blog –  June 20, 2016

The City of Philadelphia announced a major achievement accomplished through the Green City, Clean Waters program at a June 16 celebration marking the five-year anniversary of the Green Stormwater Infrastructure plan’s adoption. As of June 1, 2016, more than 837 “Greened Acres” have been established in the city, representing a more than 1.5 billion gallon reduction in stormwater runoff and combined sewer overflows during a typical year of rainfall. Under the 2011 agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Pa. Dept. of Environmental Protection (EPA), the City was required to create 744 Greened Acres, representing a 600 million gallon per-year reduction in runoff and overflows, by June 2016. For full blog post, click here.

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SAVE THE DATE
ANNUAL STATE/TRIBAL/FEDERAL COORDINATION MEETING 
Adaptation & Resiliency for the Advancement of Wetland Science, Policy and Practice
Monday, April 12 - Thursday, April 15, 2021
Virtual 
Now Open: Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award; Registration; Scholarship Assistance; and Sponsorship
More information is available here

 
UPCOMING WEBINARS


Beaver WebinarsBeavers and Wetland Restoration Webinar
Beaver Restoration and Climate Change 
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Eastern
More information and registration are available here  



Section 404 Assumption WebinarSection 404 Assumption Webinar
Findings from ASWM’s Multi-Year Clean Water Act Section 404 Assumption Project

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 - 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Eastern

More information and registration are available here.
  



Section 4040 Assumption WebinarSection 404 Assumption Webinar
Conducting Federal-State/Tribal Regulatory Crosswalks for Clean Water Act Section 404 Assumption

Monday, March 22, 2021 - 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Eastern

More information and registration are available here.
 
  



Capacity Building WebinarWetland Regulatory Capacity Building Webinars
Building State and Tribal Wetland Program Regulatory Capacity: Findings from ASWM’s Multi-year Project

Wednesday, March 23, 2021 - 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Eastern

More information and registration are available here.
 

 

Mapping WebinarWetland Mapping Consortium Webinar
University of Vermont New Wetland Mapping Methods

Wednesday, April 21, 2021- 3:00 pm-4:30 pm Eastern

More information and registration are available here.



RECENT RECORDED WEBINARS

Beaver WebinarBeavers and Wetland Restoration Webinars
Coalition Building for Beaver Based Stream and Wetland Restoration Success
Held Thursday, February 4, 2021
More information and recording is available here. 
 


Hot Topics WebinarASWM Members' Webinar Series
Using Drone Technology to Support Wetland Work
Held Wednesday, January 27, 2021
To view the members' webinar, please login on the ASWM Home Page, then navigate to the Members Wetland Webinar Series. Please contact us at  or (207) 892-3399 if you need assistance logging in.  If you are not currently a member, click here to join ASWM.

 

Mapping WebinarWetland Mapping Consortium Webinar
Mapping Hydrologic Connectivity and Wetlands with LiDAR: Processes and Techniques from Minnesota and Wisconsin
Held Tuesday, January 19, 2020
More information and recording is available here


ASWM EventsHot Topics Webinar
Looking Back, Looking Forward: A Review of Trump Administration Rulemakings and Charting a Path Forward
Held Tuesday, January 12, 2021
More information and recording is available here.

Hot Topics Webinar

Tribal Wetland Programs Webinar 
Advancing Tribal Wetland Programs Through Innovations in Monitoring & Assessment
Held Tuesday, December 1, 2020
More information and recording is available here.



Capacity Building WebinarWetland Regulatory Capacity Building Webinar
Filling Wetland Regulatory Gaps: Approaches and Lessons Learned
Held Friday, November 13, 2020
More information and recording is available here.


Beaver WebinarsSection 404 Assumption Webinar 
Documenting Assumable Waters for Assumption for the CWA § 404 Program
Held Friday,  November 6, 2020 
More information and recording is available here.

 

VIEW ALL WEBINARS AND TRAININGS HERE

 
OTHER EVENTS

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State Meeting 2021 Sample

Annual State Federal Tribal Coordination Meeting

Adaptation & Resiliency for the Advancement of Wetland Science, Policy and Practice

We invite you to join us for ASWM’s Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting, to be held virtually April 12-15, 2021. The purpose of this annual meeting is to support state and tribal wetland program managers, and other wetland professionals as they respond to challenges in the coming year. This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually again due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but each day’s agenda will be shorter, start later and include plenty of breaks.

Focus Areas for This Year’s Meeting Include:

  • Federal policy updates and significant court cases
  • Wetland science and climate change resiliency
  • Wetland Program Capacity: Adapting to New Regs, COVID-19, Budgets
  • Mapping, tools and technology

Agenda 

Draft Agenda can be downloaded here(Posted 2/11/21)

Call for Abstracts Now Open - Deadline is February 28, 2021

Submissions are encouraged with the four focus areas listed above.

Call for Abstract Instructions can be found here.

Abstracts can be submitted directly here.

Deadline for submitting an abstract is February 28, 2021


Sponsorship

Be a part of this great event! Sign up to be a sponsor today!

Sponsorship information can be found here.

Sponsorship Form - Deadline is Friday, April 2, 2021.

Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award - Deadline to Apply is Monday, March 15, 2021

The first annual Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award competition is now open! This award will fund all expenses for one or more students studying wetland science, law or policy (either undergraduate or graduate level) to attend ASWM's annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination meeting. More information can be found here.

Registration Information - Deadline to Register is Friday, April 2, 2021Register Here

Please note we are only providing standard registration rates for 2021 (no early or late rates).

Rates have been reduced for 2021 to reflect the challenges facing our members and state/tribal agency budgets due to COVID-19.

Deadline to Register is Friday, April 2, 2021 by 3:00 p.m. Eastern:

  • Pay by check or money order (DUE BY MONDAY, MARCH 15th)
  • Pay online by PayPal or by phone with Credit Card (DUE BY APRIL 2nd)

Rates


Scholarship Assistance Available - Deadline to Apply is March 15, 2021

A limited number of scholarships are available to assist those in need to cover registration costs to attend ASWM's Virtual Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting. Our intent is to support as many people as possible with the limited amount of funding that we have. If you are able to cover some of your registration costs, that will enable more of our colleagues to attend. 

Scholarship Form - Deadline to apply is Monday, March 15, 2021
 

Contact Information
 
If you have any immediate questions, please feel free to reach out to Marla Stelk, ASWM Executive Director, at or by phone at 207-892-3399.

ASWM Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting

Annual State Federal Tribal Coordination Meeting

Adaptation & Resiliency for the Advancement of Wetland Science, Policy and Practice

We invite you to join us for ASWM’s Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting, to be held virtually April 12-15, 2021. The purpose of this annual meeting is to support state and tribal wetland program managers, and other wetland professionals as they respond to challenges in the coming year. This year’s annual meeting will be held virtually again due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but each day’s agenda will be shorter, start later and include plenty of breaks. 

Focus Areas for This Year’s Meeting Include:

  • Federal policy updates and significant court cases
  • Wetland science and climate change resiliency
  • Wetland Program Capacity: Adapting to New Regs, COVID-19, Budgets
  • Mapping, tools and technology 

Agenda 

Draft Agenda can be downloaded here(Posted 2/11/21)

                                                                             

INDEX

                       


Sponsorship

Be a part of this great event! Sign up to be a sponsor today!

Sponsorship information can be found here.

Sponsorship Form - Deadline is Friday, April 2, 2021.

Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award - Deadline to Apply is Monday, March 15, 2021

The first annual Jon A. Kusler Student Scholarship Award competition is now open! This award will fund all expenses for one or more students studying wetland science, law or policy (either undergraduate or graduate level) to attend ASWM's annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination meeting. More information can be found here.

Registration Information - Deadline to Register is Friday, April 2, 2021Register Here

Please note we are only providing standard registration rates for 2021 (no early or late rates).

Rates have been reduced for 2021 to reflect the challenges facing our members and state/tribal agency budgets due to COVID-19.

Deadline to Register is Friday, April 2, 2021 by 3:00 p.m. Eastern:

  • Pay by check or money order (DUE BY MONDAY, MARCH 15th)
  • Pay online by PayPal or by phone with Credit Card (DUE BY APRIL 2nd)

Rates


Scholarship Assistance Available - Deadline to Apply is March 15, 2021

A limited number of scholarships are available to assist those in need to cover registration costs to attend ASWM's Virtual Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting. Our intent is to support as many people as possible with the limited amount of funding that we have. If you are able to cover some of your registration costs, that will enable more of our colleagues to attend. 

Scholarship Form - Deadline to apply is Monday, March 15, 2021
 

Contact Information
 
If you have any immediate questions, please feel free to reach out to Marla Stelk, ASWM Executive Director, at or by phone at 207-892-3399.

Job: Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology - University of Illinois

Mail :: [ECOLOG-L] Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology - University of Illinois

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES), in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) Mail :: [ECOLOG-L] Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology - University of Illinois
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor in Ecohydrology, with an emphasis on coupled hydrological and ecological processes involving water, energy, and material fluxes at scales ranging from watersheds to regions. The ideal candidate will combine field-based methods, data-model integration, and data-assimilation of temporal and spatial data to improve understanding and prediction of coupled processes at multiple scales and in the context of global environmental change. For more information. click here.

 

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