Past Conferences

We plan and host meetings that have impact on the future of the environment and our community.

charting new waters

Thursday, November 30, 2017
Sponsors:
AHW (Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin)
Goals:

The Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin (AHW) Learning Community focused on behavioral health brings together representatives from each of the 10 funded communities from across the state. Participants will engage in discussion and activities including developing results-based leadership skills, engaging in peer-to-peer facilitation, and learning from subject matter experts.

Thursday, November 16, 2017
Sponsors:
Zoe Outreach Ministries
Goals:

The purpose of the preconference dinner is to engage speakers, sponsors and supporters of the conference for introductions, networking and building a sense of community prior to the conference. The preconference dinner will also be an opportunity to acknowledge and thank conference sponsors.

Friday, November 10, 2017 - Saturday, November 11, 2017
Sponsors:
Goals:

To schedule and hold a special, 2-day, Work session "retreat" of the Racine Common Council and Mayor in a quiet, off-site location devoid of distractions, in order that the city's elected officials can focus on important relationship and policy matters in a deliberate and focused manner, utilizing a professoional facilitator.

Wednesday, November 01, 2017 - Friday, November 03, 2017
Sponsors:
Heising-Simons Foundation
Goals:

This national gathering will allow leaders in the home visiting field the time, space and structure (1) to build a consensus on the future of home visiting and how it fits within a more comprehensive and intentional system for supporting families and (2) to learn about and adapt new networking strategies to promote optimal communication and effectiveness.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 - Friday, October 27, 2017
Sponsors:
Meridian, EPA Region 9, and Paradigm Environmental
Goals:

Review experiences to date in planning and implementing potable water reuse projects; • Further characterize important barriers to implementation of potable water reuse projects; • Identify approaches to overcome those barriers; and • Define strategies through which these approaches can be broadly supported and implemented.

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