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Take advantage of your SWS membership by participating in outstanding educational
opportunities without leaving your desk!

SWS is pleased to provide a webinar series on wetland science topics of interest. The convenience and flexibility of SWS webinars enables you to educate one or a large number of employees at once, reduce travel expenses and maintain consistent levels of productivity by eliminating time out of the office.

Webinar registration is complimentary to all SWS members. Certificates of completion, worth one hour of participation, are available upon request; please contact Kara Miller at kmiller@sws.org, if interested.  If you're unable to participate in the live webinar, all webinars will be recorded and archived for complimentary viewing by members on our Past Webinars page. 

Here's what our members are saying...

"Great new benefit of SWS membership: live webinars and on demand screening of wetland lectures! Today's was wonderful!" - Emma Goodyer, Scotland

"I just want to say that the webinar today was really fantastic! The GoTo Webinar system was very easy to use and worked smoothly. Kim did a wonderful job moderating and Ariana's presentation was very well done! I was particularly interested in the subject matter since I am just beginning a new postdoc at Montclair State University where one of my projects is on restoration of salt marshes on the New Jersey coast. Thank you all so much for your hard work with putting everything together. I cannot wait for more webinars!" - Dr. Bianca Wentzell (Pier), New York

Upcoming SWS Webinars

Date: April 27, 2017
Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT

Richard Chinn
Richard Chinn Environmental Training, Inc.


The Clean Water Rule: Real Facts

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ASWM Webinars

Interested in viewing more webinars? Visit the Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM) webinar's page to access free webinars. These webinars focus on various topics, mostly relating to a specific project or work group. To learn more please click here