TNSA Annual Conference

October 18-20, 2022
The Lodge at Montgomery Bell State Park
 1000 Hotel Avenue
Burns, TN 37029
 

Weathering the Storm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us for the Tennessee Stormwater Association Annual Conference 2021 being held October 18‐20 at

Montgomery Bell State Park in Burns, TN.

 

Our speakers and participants come from across Tennessee with a focus on MS4 Permit Compliance and MS4 Programs. All help to create an event that informs, instructs and motivates stormwater, erosion control and watershed management practitioners, professionals, and government officials. The conference organizers encourage a professional atmosphere and anticipate a range of participating entities such as local and state government stormwater managers, environmental, engineering and legal consulting firms, research organizations, and watershed groups.

ANNOUNCING KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Krissy Hurley

Warning Coordination Meteorologist:  National Weather Service

 

Krissy Hurley is the Warning Coordination Meteorologist at the National Weather Service Office in Nashville, Tennessee. In this position, she serves as the outreach coordinator as well as Senior Meteorologist.  Her personal and professional passion is to educate people including emergency management, media, businesses, and the public to strengthen partnerships and make sure weather products and services are being met.

Originally from North Alabama, Krissy is a 2001 graduate from the University of South Alabama with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology and a 2004 graduate with a Master's of Science Degree in Geoscience from Mississippi State University.  Previously, she held the same position at the National Weather Service Office in Amarillo, Texas and has also worked as a Meteorologist in National Weather Service Offices in Huntsville, Birmingham, and Memphis. During her 20 year National Weather Service career, Krissy has worked numerous significant high impact weather events including the recent March 2020 Nashville-Cookeville Tornadoes and the August 2021 Historic Waverly, TN Flooding.

Click here for Call for Abstracts (deadline June 1, 2022)

 

Registration

Early Bird Member Price $230/Non-Members $280 (ends Sept 16)

1-day: $150/Speakers $100

Click here to register online (members MUST login to Club Express when registering)

Click here for registration/invoice form

Draft Agenda

Registration/Sponsorship payments are final and non-refundable after September 18, 2022.

LODGING

Reservations must be made before September 17, 2022.

You must call (not book online) 615-797-3101

Reservation Group Code: 1739

Inn Rooms: $125 + 14.75%(tax)

Suites: $400 + 14.75%(tax)

Cabins: $210 + 14.75%(tax)

Additional Pre-Conference Workshops

Monday, October 17

Project Wet Environmental Education, 10am-5pm (includes lunch)

TNSA Members $75, Non-Members $100

Click here to register and for more information (Limited to 30 attendees)

Level 1 Recertification Course, 12:30pm-4:30pm

Course fees - $100 ($50 savings)

Must be registered for TNSA Conference or be a TNSA Member in order to attend

To register email Kellie Caughorn kcaughor@utk.edu (limited to 50 attendees)

 

SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

Click here for Sponsorship Levels

 

Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors!