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How Are We Doing?

You might remember that back in early January, when

Our Spotlight Partner: Smith-Root

If you’re a fisheries biologist, or work with anyone who is, you’ve undoubtedly heard about Smith-Root and their equipment for electrofishing and fish guida

What's in a Title?

 

Stretching your Training Dollars in a Challenging Economy

If you’re at all like me, you’re probably tired of hearing differing opinions about how the economy has, or has not, bounced back in recent months.

NWETC's New Year's Resolutions

People aren’t the only ones who make resolutions this time of year. Organizations do it too, though we often call them “goals”.

NWETC Congratulates our 10,000th Attendee!

Milestones. They're fun to celebrate, and often they sneak up on you when you aren't thinking about them.

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Why Doesn't NWETC offer Webinars/Online Classes?

 

We've been asked the question many times: "Why don't you offer any online classes?"

 

Spotlight Event: Midwest Water and Policy Workshop Series

Northwest Environmental Training Center is proud to be partnering with

Northwest Environmental Training Center Course Videos

As part of NWETC's ongoing attempt to present the most useful, relevant, up-to-date Environmental training for Professionals, we have begun producing short course videos to help prospective att

Movie Screening of "The Big Uneasy" coming to Seattle

EOS Alliance is happy to spread the word about upcoming screenings of the movie "The Big Uneasy", an exploration of what really happened in New Orleans that led to the devastation after Hurricane Katrina.

*EOS is not affiliated in any way with the producers of the film, and the views expressed in the film do not represent those of EOS Alliance. We are simply passing on the information about the screening to our friends and colleagues in case you are interested in seeing it. Below is the press release from the producers of the film:

EOS at Sustainable Seattle's Climate Change Impact Symposium

 Sustainable Seattle (click to go to their website), an organization that has had a longtime friendship and association with EOS Alliance, sponsored a symposium that focused on Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources in the Pacific Northwest. The symposium was held at the Mountaineers conference room at Magnuson Park on May 12, 2011.

Adventures of a Sustainable Sort

Activities for the week of April 17.

NWETC in the News!

A nice mention of Northwest Environmental Training Center (a division of EOS Alliance) By the Stowe Reporter.

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