Our 2019 conference is right around the corner. Join us October 6-10 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Our September newsletter is now available, with profiles of our 2019 officer candidates and details on our upcoming conference. Check it out!
At its October 9 business meeting, OFWIM will elect three new officers to serve on the Executive Committee for the coming year. All members in good standing are encouraged to vote!
Candidates for President-Elect, Member-at-Large, and Secretary are listed below. Read more about the candidates.
Candidates for President-Elect
- Chelsea Krause
- Don Schrupp
Candidate for Member-at-Large
- Andrew Treble
Candidates for Secretary
- Dyan Pursell
- Susan Watson
Want to know what’s in store for this year’s annual conference? Check out the latest OFWIM Newsletter. You’ll find a preliminary agenda, travel information, and a link to our online registration form. This issue also includes summer training opportunities and follow-up notes on a couple of 2018 conference presentations, submitted by our scholarship award and travel grant recipients.
Registration is now open for OFWIM’s 2019 Conference and Annual Meeting, set for October 6-10 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Download the February OFWIM Newsletter for photos of our 2018 conference in Hood River, Oregon, and a look forward to 2019 activities. This issue also introduces our new volunteer editor, Jordan Holtswarth! Jordan is a graduate student at Tennessee Tech University and recipient of our 2018 Student Scholarship. For future issues of the newsletter, she’ll welcome ideas and contributions from OFWIM members.
Congratulations to new officers installed at our 2018 Business Meeting:
President – Becca Scully
President-Elect – Karen Horodysky
Member-at-Large – Chelsea Krause
In addition, Michael Barbour was elected to a new term as Treasurer. Service awards were presented to outgoing president Joe Kirby (now serving as Past President) and outgoing member-at-large Karen Horodysky.