Clear Water Alabama
The Clear Water Alabama Seminar and Field Days are offered by the Alabama Erosion and Sediment Control Partnership to help planners, designers, contractors, inspectors, and others learn more about erosion and sediment control practices, new technologies, examples of stormwater and sediment control practices and products.
Pre-registration fee $95 for the Seminar, $75 for Field Day*, and $95 for QCI training**. There is an extra $25 fee for registering at the site the day of the meetings.
The Alabama Soil and Water Conservation Committee will provide each participant a certificate listing Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and Continuing Education Unites (CEUs) for the Seminar and the Field Day . PDHs and CEUs are based on the contact time related to erosion and sediment control topics. Based on the tentative agendas, contact time is estimated to be 6.0 PDHs or 0.6 CEUs for the Seminar and 3.5.0 PDHs or 0.4 CEUs for the Field Day.
To register and pay online with a credit card, visit these web sites:
To register and pay with a check or purchase order, download the event brochure.
For more information, contact Earl Norton (334) 728-4107
* All Field Day participants will be required to sign a waiver of liability.
** QCI Classroom Training and other Field Day activities complete the mandatory 4-hour continuing education requirements for individuals possessing existing QCI Certification. For more information, contact Kory Boling, HBAA, 800-745-4222.
Day 1 - Seminar
7:30 - 8:30 Registration and Exhibits
8:30 -12:00 Technical Sessions
12:00 - 1:00 Lunch
1:00 - 4:00 Technical Sessions
4:00 End Day, Certificates
Day 2 - Field Day
7:30 - 9:00 Registration and Exhibits
8:00 - 9:00 QCI Training**
9:00 - 4:00 Field Day Sites & Lunch
4:00 End Field Day ,Certificates
**QCI Classroom Training and the 9:00- 4:00 Field Day activities complete the mandatory 4-hr continuing education requirements for individuals possessing existing QCI Certification from HBAA. For more information call Kory Boling, HBAA, 1- 800 -745-4222 .
Who Should Attend?
Visit the Alabama Cooperative Extension System Water Program: www.aces.edu/waterquality