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Speaker Pro Tempore,
Florida House of
Bureau of Drinking Water and Groundwater, Florida
Department of Environmental Regulation
Executive Director, NFWMD and Florida's representative on
the Technical Coordinating Group for the ACT-ACF
Carol M. Browner
Secretary, Florida Department of Environmental Regulation
Assistant Director, Planning and Acquisition, SJRWMD
Project Leader, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station,
Asheville, North Carolina
Dr. Robert Constanza
Professor, Coastal and Environmental Policy Program,
Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies, University
Technical Program Manager, SJRWMD
Tilford C. Creel
Executive Director, SFWMD
Executive Director, SJRWMD
Curator, The Florida
Robert C. Sheets
Dr. Shirley Denton
Senior Ecologist, Biological Research Associates, Inc.
Director of Resource Management, SIRWMD
Dr. John I. Ewel
Department of Botany, University of Florida
Senior Study Manager for Comprehensive Study and
Project Manager for ACF and ACT Basins, Plan Formulation
Branch, Planning and Environmental Division, Mobile
District U.S Army Corps of Engineers
College of Law, University of Florida
Director of SWIM Administration, SJRWMD
Northwest Florida Water Management District / NWFWMD Suwannee River Water Management District / SRWMD St Johns River Water Management District / SJRWMD
Southwest Florida Water Management District / SWFWMD South Florida Water Management District / SFWMD Department of Environmental Regulation / DER
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Jim Harvey.. ,
Director, Planning Department SFWMD
Peter H. Hubbell
Executive Director. SWFWMD-
Director. Engineering Section, NWIFWMD
Environmental Scientist SWFWMD
Executive Director, Associationof Metropolitan Sewerage.
Agencies, Washithgton, D.C.
Bill Kruczynski :
Environmental Research Lab, U.S Environmental
Protection Agency .
Executive Director, Association of State Wetland Managers
Senior Vice President, Florida Audubcn Society
Pam Levy ,
Pinellas County Public Service and Information
President. Lewis Environmental Services. Inc
planet Llewellyn ,
Department of Environmental Regulation Bureau Chief,
Wetlands Resource Management
Assodate Water Resource Planner. NWFWMD-
Hopping. Boyd. Green & Sams
Planning Director. SWFWMD
Director. SWIM. SWFWMD
Deputy Assistant Administraior. Office of Water U.S, EPA,
Washington D C ;, :
Director Georgia Environmental Protection Division,
Pete Rhoads .
Director, Office of Everglades Restoration. SFWMD
Roberts Communication and Marketing. inc
Rob Robbins -. ...
Executive Director. Organized Fishermen of Florida
President. America's Clean Water Foundation
Jerry A. Scarborough
Executive Director. SRWMD "
Senior Policy Analyst NWFWMD-
Assistant Director. Engineering. SIRWMD
Walter B. Stevenson.
Acting Chief Office of Water Resources. Ala"bama'i
Department of Economics and Community Affairs.
Alien Stokes : .
Division Admirnistrator Environmeital Protection Division.
Des Moines. iowa ','-'
Assistant Director. Planning Department. SFWMD'
lohn Walkinshaw: '-
Public Commiunicaticirs Manager SFWMMD
1Deputy Executive Director SRWMD :
Cargill Fertilizer, Inc.
William Werlck-. :.- .
Policy Analyst U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Institute for
Water Resources at Fort Belvoir. Virginia
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1:00 Opening trodton I LdkeBena Balleomi
Henry Dean. Executive Director,
SSt lohns River Water Management District
S"Weklome to Central Florida"
S: Lirda W. Chapin. Orange County Chairman
i 5 p.m. Keynote Addres!" !lLaewuna
The Honorable Everett Kelly, Speaker Pro
STempore: Florida House of Representatives
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Moderator Carol M Browner. Secretary.
Florida Department of Environmental
Panelsts: Douglas E Barr. Executive
Director. NWFWMD; Tilford C Creel. Executive
Director. SFWMD. Henry Dean, Executive
Director, SIRWMD: Peter G Hubbell. Executive
Director SWFWMD. ferry Scarborough.
Executive Director, SRWMD
Refreshment Break/Exhibits IRoyal Palmi
p.m. "Water Mapagement in 1992" iLake&Buenai
Encouraged by Florida's executive branch.
-. Florica's water management districts have
-*; placed a renewed emphasis on communt-
cation and cooperation The executive
S directors from Florida's five water manage-
ment districts will discuss progress made
during the past year andprovjde examples :"
S of how water managers are transforming
from a "crowd' to a community
3:45 p.m. "Keynote Address" (LakeBuer.a
The Honorable George Kirkpatrick.
S; Chairman Natural Resources Committee.
; Free Tlme/Ekxhbits
00 p.nm. Reception/Exhibits Cash Bar iRoal Palm)'
6r00 p.m. Free Time
7i15 a.m. Continental Breakfast/Exhibits moya Palm
"Tie CliAWate r Act aI the-Year of
Clean Water?" Iiake~ueinai
This panel will focus on key issues to be
addressed during the Clean Water Act
reauthorization Special emphasis will be
put on the implications that will be felt at
the local, state and federal levels
Mederater: Roberta (Robbi Savage,
President. America's Clean Water
Foundation and Executive Director.
Association of State and Interstate
Water Pollution Control Administrators
Palte s: Ken Kirk.. Executive Director
Association of Metropolitan
Sewerage Agencies, Allan Stokes,
Administrator. Iowa Envu'onmental
Protection Division, Martha Prothro.
Deputy Assistant Administrator. EPA
Office of Water
Refresh ment Break/Exhibits Ioyal Palml :
:; :00 a.m. Coacurrent Sesions attend one
I "Update Water Malagement Plans
Iand State Witiert al ist .visaj
Representatives-of the five water manage-
: nent districts and tfie DER discuss
progress on lotmilatiorrof water
management plans and proposed changes
S to tate water policy
'- dertorS.Speaker. Robert Chnstianson.
S. *gip ea : Chuck AIler.DOER: Tyler
SMaae~Tiqr NWFWMQ Richard Owen.
SWVWMD, David Thatcher. SFWMD. Kirk
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,2) improvedd Prtection Through An
Enhaaced Petotdng Proces"i eBuenal
S- "IThe past; present aid future of wetland
resource permitting will be discussed in -
S the context of delegation agreements.
S"Speakers: planet Llewellyn. DER. leff
S: Elledge. SIRWMD. Charles Lee. Florda
Audubon Society, prank Matthews.
..: .:,; ': Hopping Boyd. Green & Sams
31 "Estearine Mawagement Managing
Caopetuag UuMes' tker
Regulators. fishermen and industry repre-
: : sentativeswill discuss balancing environ-
mental needs of an estuary with
commercial and recreational uses
Sphake:r Mike Perry. SWFPMD. lerry
Sansom. Organized Fishermen of Florida. ;
planet Starnes, NWFWMD. Mike Wells,
Cargill Fertilizer. Inc
4) "Emtreommiataiand Management:
Tauncing PtaIpls Ipto Pract ti (Florlda
This panel will explore aflriety of '
: topics.including Florida's natural commu-
cities. the collection and use of forest
survey data and the use of ecological
inventories to develop management
S" Speak~rs Noel Cost. S E. Forest
Experiment'Stetion- Dr. Shtiley Denton. '
Biological Research Associates. Inc :
, Dr lohn Ewel, Universty of Florida.
S .. Department of Botany-
11:00 a.I. Break room set-up)
4 ` 4 4 -
.m. 'Ecological Ecrons:mic:
Th7 e Coess a n -dtr Breaof
EnVirOniamtal Pptectlon" uLake/uenai
A new conceprof tht.non-adversarial rela-
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'" : .; tionship between the economy and 12: p.m.
S,, environment wli be offered by a nationally ..-
;known professor of environmental policy
Time will be reserved for questions and: '
S ;; ,:: audience interactiori is strongly
Introducton: Carol M Browner, Secretary. -
Florida Department of Environmental 6:0 p" ;
Speaker. Dr Robert Constanza. Associate 7:0 p.m.
S Professor, Coastal and Environmental Policy '
Program. Center for Environmental and : :
Estuarine Studies. University of Maryland
Continental OreaIakfasV/xfdbits oal Palm
i)a. Comcurrent Se.siogs (attend onel
I I "'UpdLate-Restotatie Prlects" ,ivisa
Hear a discussion about ongoing restora-
tion projects for seiveal Florida water
bodies including Lake App Lake
lacksot. the upper St. Ions River, Bahana
:. Lake and the EvergIades. -
Mederantr: Gail Hanktnson, SIRWMD
Spe l leake Mike Coveney. S1RWMD, Ke
S[- ~ones. NWFWMD, Marty Kelly. SWFW
Pete Rhoads. SFWMMD/MauiceStert
2)1 r&Igatlon Baktag" (IFlonda) -
A diversltied group of-panelists will
S challenged to develop a model plan
regional mitigation project. Inle
a discussion of how legal a
affect development and
agencies could protect
Law. University of
SFWMD. BINa y
Research Lab. U S E
Protection Agency. I
of State Wetland M
S Lewis Environmental
L.,ake/uen p The rbmpre study (or the
A-C-F and A-C-T river basns being
conducted by Flonda Geor ia. Alabama
S andthe U S ArmyCorps inerswill
lead to a basm-wide a strategy
for these water es P
representing each t
involved wijl-discuss'nt and
implementation of thjs
SItroductioms: Carol M. Bro
S Department of Enonmental R
Spe k Douglas Barr, NWE
S Gatam,.U.S: Army Corps oft
Harold ~ lteh. ieorgla BRiRo
Protection Division Waite Ste
Office of Water Resources. Al
Department of Economic Affairs, William ,
Werick, National Drought Study, Institute
for Water Resources
4) "Commaicatiag WIt VYour Cutomerm"
PtljiEoAnate your communications.
jHHBHH~eI t lpP3plan P "tIo
ii nnW5 wMD;
is. Roberts Commnritw tion
g, Inc :Tanps Pam'Levy,
Pin ty Pblic Service &
Information St Petersburg
9:45 a.m. Refreshment BreakExhibits iRoyal Palmi
"Keynote Address" .LakeABunaj
Robert C. Sheets. Director, National
Hurricane Center. U S Department of
Commerce (National Oceanic and
I1:00a.m. "ClosingRemare ike/suena
Tilford C: Creel. Executive Director. SFWMD '"
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Box Lunch/F d Trips
See the flyer included rn your packdt for
details onyourspecific field trip Box ,
lunches are to be picked up In the gazebo
outside of the Plaza Ballroom:
ReceptiolnExhibits Cash Bar IRoyal Pahn '
Annual P quet iPla Ballroomi
Curator. The Florida Aquarium
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Please wear your badge at all times Jt will be required
for admission to attend sessions and non-ticketed func- ,,
tions Wearing your badge will also help you to get to know
other attendees and exhibitors.
The Field Trip flyer enclosed in your registration packet will
give you full details on where to pick up your lunch where
and when to meetyour Ffeld Trip Leader etc If you signed
up for a field trip, you should have received a ticket in your
packet. Tickets will be required to board the buses for
each field trip Please let the Registration Desk know if you,
have any questions about your specific field trip
1. Innovations in Treating Wastewater and Urban
Stormwater You will see first-hand why Project APRICOT,
the city of Altamonte Springs' reclaimed water project. is a
: ; model for other cities to follow Youll also see how the city
Sof Orlando uses two different and innovative methods in
S -dealing with urbarnstbrmwater Estimated length 3 1.2
2. Filtering Wastewater with Wetlands Get a close-up
view of nature while seeing how Orlando deals with part of
its treated wastewater by using the award-winning 1,200-
acre Wilderness Park to filter up to 20 million gallons of
effluent per day Estimated length 4 hours.
3. Irrigating Agriculture with Wastewater. Participants
Swilltouir onserv 1 the world's largest-project using
S reclaimed water Each day. up to 50 million gallons of treat-
, ed wastewater from Orlando and Orange County are used
.to irrigate citrus and othercrops Estimated length 3 1/2
s r. Source Water Control: Beneftting Man and Wildlife -
ils is a comprehensive tour of the stormwater conveyance,
s. system of the Reedy Creek Improvement District serving the
Walt Disney World Resort Complex This tour includes
opportunities for observing native wildlife Estimated
length 3 hours.
All meal events (except the continental breakfasts
and tours are ticketed, so please bring the appropriate tick-
ets with you as they will be collected at these functions'
5. Wastewater Treatment and Reuse at the Walt Disney
World Resort Complex A behind-the-scees tour of the
state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility for the Disney
resort complex Tour includes the Reedy Creek
I improvement Distnct's Environmental Services Laboratory.-
a full-service analytical water quality facility Estimated
length 3 hours.
6. How Responsible Water Management Keeps Disney
Blooming Learnithe innovative water conservation and
reu, e measures used in growing an array of turfgrasses,
Flowers and trees at the Disney complex. You'll get a ;<
behind-the-scenes tour of nursery areas and a demonstra-
tion' o Disney water management practices Estimated
-length "4 hours. -- .
7. Restoring Central Florida's Crown lewel:Lake
Apopka See why this I 850-acre marsh system is receiving
International attention in filtering suspended solids from
Lake Apopka. This demonstration project is a laboratory"
for a planned 5,000-acre marsh flow-way which will filter
the 31 000-acre lake Estimated length 3 1/2 hours
8. How Regulation and Public Ownership Protect the
Wekiva River You'll tour the Wekiva River, protected
from development by the St. Iohns River Water
Management District State ownership of adjacent lanids
and the "Wekiva Rule" keep urban sprawl from spoiling this
pristine, spring-fed river Tour includes a 6-mile canoe trip.,
Estimated length 4 1/2 hours
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Dennis Breedlove & Assoc "
L Robert Kimball-& Asc .c
Indian River Lagoon NEP -
Aquarian Sotware Inc
Florida Po*er & Light
ConVault Florida Inc
Water Management Districts
Sun Microsystems I.te
AMI Equipment Crp..
Ernviroenental S.ciences Corp
Port Buckley Shuh & lerrngan ibn.
14 Paer Systems Inc- -.,
1I Environmental Senpsing De ices .',,
'16. R H Moore S Asscc Inc
18 Thornton Laboratories. Inc -" :
10 A W K Industries Inc
S20 The Florida Specifier
21 Atlanta Testing & Engineering /
22 -REGhles Inc
23 C(P UIility Services Co
24 St lohn- Rlvrr WMD- SWIM Pr.grams
25 Arerica s Clean Wacr FounrationI
26 Environmental Science & Engineering
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S America's Cean Water Foundation
750 First St Suite911
S Washington. DC 20002
AMI Equipment Corporation-
S PO Drawer 6320
S: Lakeland. FL 33807
S Booth l10 .
Aquarian Software Inc
P O. Box 690758
Orlando, FL 32869
SBoothS,. ,. .
: Atlanta Testing & Enginreeritg
5925 Imperial Pkwy, #218
Mulbetry, FL 3386
A AWK Industnes. Inc.
SP:O Box 607267
Orlando. PL 32860
P:O. BOx 5467
Lakeland, FL 33807
SDennis Breedlove and Associates Inc.
4301 Metric Drive
Winter Park. FL 32792
. ConVault Florida Inc.
j.PO Box 238
SWidwood, FL 34785 .
'C/P Utility Services Comripany, :
Stacey Porto :':
1 19 Saford Street
l"amden CT 06514
5840 W Cypress St SuiteA
Tampa. FL 33607
'Envitonmental Sciences Corp
P.O. Box 9 5139, :
SLngwood, FL 32791
Booth 12: '
Environmental Sensing Devices
P.O. Box 12805
Raleigh, NC 27605
Florida Power & Light
,-" PO Box 088801 : :
N. Palm Beach. FL 33408
: Booth 6
The Florida Specifier
PjO. Box 2027
S ; Winter Park, FL 32790
Five Water Management Districts
: P:O.Box 1429
Palatka, FI 32178
Booth 8 '
P.O. Box 846
New Smyrna Beach FL 32170
S P.Q BoX 50116
Austiri.TX 78763 .
Indian River Lagoon:
. National Estuary Program .
1900 S Harbor City Blvd #109
:'Melbourne FL 32901
Booth 4 .-.
SL, Robert Kimball &Associates Inc
1835 20th Street .
Vero Beach; FL 32960 _
R. Ft. Moore & Associates. Inc.
Gena Moore ,
S8917 Maislin Drive; Bdgl E
-Tampa. PL 33637
Paver Systems. Inc. '
ludge Hardee .
39 W. Landstreet Rd.
Orlando FL 32824 .
._Post Buikle, Schuh & lernigan Inc
1560 Orange Ave., #700
Winter Park FL 32789
-2003 Apalachee Pkwy., Suite A
Tallahassee. FL 32301
Booth 22 '
St. lohns River WMD SWIM Programs
P.O Box 1429
Palatka FL 32178
500 Cypress Creek Rd W., #1o
Ft Lauderdale. FL 33309 .
SThornton 'Laboratories.'ln ., ; h;
W I Stuart
SPO Box 2880 ,
Tampa FL 33601
The Water Management Districts do hot
discriminate on the basis of any individ-
ual s disability status This non-discrimina-
tion policy involves every aspect of the
District s functions, including one's access
to. participation, employment, or treat-
ment in its programs or activities Anyone
requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With
S Disabilities Act should go to the confer-
Sence registration desk for assistance
'992 Conference Committee
1EdvwardR' Albanesi APR SIRWMD"-.:
W Patrick McSweeney. SIRWMD
Debra L Myers SIRWMD
Lloyd W. Baldwin, SRWMD
Robert Kral SFWMD
Georgann Penson NWFWMD
Andrea Spadafora. SWFWMD
SM'Rae Cormpany ,
IPrinted on-Recycled Paper
- iProgram Amendments "
The 3:15 through 4:30 p.m. Wednesday agenda entries havebeen
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modified as shown below. The 5:04and 6-00 pam. ehtr
affected by these program changes
*: 3:55 p.m.
: ,, : 4:15 p.m.
"Keynote Addresso" tOeW )
The Honorable Lawtor Chiles, Governor of Florida
Refreshment BreaklExhiblts (Royaia) -.
"Keynote Address" scaue..)
The Honorable GeorgeSrkpaftfck, Chairman. Natural
Resources Committee, Florida Senate
Free Tc Re/Exhibits (Roy.m) P
Receptlon/Exhibti ash Bar (Roal rm)
Peter G. Hubbell was incorrectly listed as Peter H. Hubbell on the speakers list.
Edward Broniowsfi was incorrectly listed as Edward Brownikowski in two
places obnthe program.
We apologize for these ewas. We hope there were no others.
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