StormCon 2021 Conference Preview

Aug. 27, 2021
StormCon runs from Monday, Sept. 13 to Wednesday, Sept. 15, in Milwaukee, Wis.

This year's StormCon runs from Monday, Sept. 13 to Wednesday, Sept. 15, in Milwaukee, Wis. The annual convention features a wealth of conferences, workshops, exhibitions and networking opportunities for stormwater management professionals across the nation. The convention hosts countless learning opportunities where industry experts share their discoveries, lessons and ideas on topics such as BMP Monitoring, Flood Mitigation, Green Infrastructure, Permitting and more.

StormCon is the stormwater and surface water quality's premier conference and exhibition, bringing together attendees from around the country for idea-sharing, information exchange and networking. Featuring a multi-track conference program led by top leaders in the industry, StormCon provides exceptional opportunities to learn, engage and build key contacts.

New in 2021, the National Rural Water Association (NRWA) and StormCon will hold their annual conferences as parallel events this year.

Each event will feature separate conference programs running concurrently, while adding the benefit of a joint exhibit hall, where attendees can network with vendors and service providers from both events. Attendees will have the opportunity to register for both programs for a nominal additional fee.

“Bringing these two industry events together provides attendees and exhibitors with an exciting new platform to engage, learn and network with new professionals in the water and stormwater industries,” said Jim Simple, Vice President/Group Publisher of Endeavor’s Water Group. “Collaborating across these events is a natural fit and we look forward to partnering with the National Rural Water Association to produce exceptional – and safe – events in 2021.”

The complete conference program is available here, and a full schedule of events for the week is available here.

Those parties interested in registering to attend StormCon 2021 may do so here.