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Thursday, July 18 • 3:30pm - 5:10pm
CCC2. Wetland Jurisdiction Methodology: A State and Federal Update

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This course was significantly redesigned for 2017 and is back by popular demand! If you want to know precisely how wetland jurisdiction is determined, and the subtle and not so subtle differences between Florida’s uniform statewide wetland methodology and Federal wetland methodology, this is your course! This carefully designed panel discussion will analyze state and COE wetland jurisdictions, making use of comparisons and contrasts as appropriate; covers application of vegetation, soils and hydrologic indicators in determining presence of wetlands using state and COE methodologies; covers altered and non-altered sites; emphasis on practical application and dispute resolution; examples and case studies will be discussed. You will also hear the latest updates on wetlands law and regulation at the federal level, including the status of recent and ongoing legal challenges, any new guidance or policy put forward by the new Administration, and what they could mean for development in Florida.  This course is designed for extensive audience participation. 

Speakers
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Mike Dennis

President, Breedlove, Dennis & Associates, Inc.
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Ed Murawski

Project Manager II, Kleinfelder
Mr. Murawski has over 17 years of experience in the environmental consulting field in the areas of wetlands, protected species and environmental land use permitting. Mr. Murawski serves as the Program Manager for Tampa Florida office and supervises a team of up 13 employees. Mr. Murawski... Read More →
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Timothy Perry

Partner, Oertel, Fernandez, Bryant & Atkinson, P.A.
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Mike Nichols

President, M. J. Nichols & Associates, LLC
Mike has an extensive background conducting jurisdictional wetland determinations and other wetlands permitting and mitigation design projects in his 37 year career in environmental assessments. He has been employed by Florida DEP and Broward County for about half of his career while... Read More →
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Steven Currie

Soil Scientist, Wetland Technical Specialist, US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District
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Debbie Madden

Attorney, GUNSTER
Deborah Madden is an attorney whose practice focuses on the area of environmental law.Deborah represents a broad range of clients, including developers, agricultural interests and public and private companies. Deborah has experience providing legal support to clients in permitting... Read More →


Thursday July 18, 2019 3:30pm - 5:10pm
Calusa 10

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