Promoting Effective Erosion Control and Storm Water Management
Created in 1988, MECA strives to communicate erosion and sediment control techniques and practices and encourage the use of those practices and actively promotes new and innovative storm water management practices. We are an organization comprised of suppliers, engineers and government agencies.
MECA Summer Newsletter Click Here: Summer 2014 MECA Newsletter
MS4 Permit Workshop
Click here for the attendee registration form: MS4 Registration for all classes
Covering Minimum Control Measures (Except #5)
This workshop qualifies as a way to meet the IDDE Field Staff training requirement for Part III.D.6g(2), in illicit discharge recognition and reporting illicit discharges for future investigation.
The Minnesota Erosion Control Association (MECA) in partnership with the MPCA is offering this MS4 outreach/educational workshop in five locations!
Detroit Lakes, MN—September 23, 2014
St. Cloud, MN—October 9, 2014 St. Paul, MN—November 13, 2014
Mankato, MN—December 2, 2014 Workshop will also be offered in Duluth MN at the MECA Conference in March 2015.
Fundamentals of Erosion Control Half Day Workshop & Vendor Show
Location: Ramada in Marshall MN
Click here for attendee registration form: Attendee Flyer Marshall Sept_2014
Click here for vendor registration form: Vendor Flyer Marshall Sept_2014
MECA 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE – Mark Your CalendarDuluth Entertainment Convention Center, Duluth MN
Tuesday March 10, 2015 – Pre-Conference
Wednesday March 11th & Thursday March 12th, 2014 – Conference
MECA Office: Address: 600 4th Street North, Cold Spring, MN 56320 Office: (320) 685-5444 Fax: (320) 685-4592. Contact: Ruth Kraemer, MECA Administrator
Green Infrastructure for Clean Water: Costs & Benefits to our Communities
Thursday, September 11th, 8:00am-5:00pm
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, MacMillan Auditorium
3675 Arboretum Drive, Chaska, MN
Go to this website for registration information: http://www.arboretum.umn.edu/2014CleanWaterSummit.aspx