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2018 Wetland Delineation Workshop Series
2018 Workshops Date Location
Critical Methods in Wetland Delineation
March 7, 2018 Madison

Grasses Sedges & Rushes
June 12–14, 2018 La Crosse

Basic Wetland Delineation Training Workshop
June 18–20, 2018 La Crosse

Advanced Wetland Delineation Training Workshop
June 21–22, 2018 La Crosse

Basic Plant ID
July 9–11, 2018 Oconomowoc

Hydric Soils Identification
July 11–13, 2018 Oconomowoc

Basic Wetland Delineation Training Workshop
August 6–8, 2018 Wisconsin Rapids

Advanced Wetland Training Workshop
August 9–10, 2018 Wisconsin Rapids


 
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