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Upcoming NEHA Conferences

June 18-21, 2007: Atlantic City, New Jersey.

June 2008: Tucson, Arizona.

NEHA Affiliate and Regional Listings

Colorado

Sep 18-23: "51st Annual Educational Conference & Exhibition," hosted by the Colorado Environmental Health Association and held in conjunction with EPA's Children's Environmental Health Summit and the Colorado Public Health Association, Vail, CO. For information, visit www.cehaweb.com.

Indiana

Sep 25-27: "IEHA Annual Fall Conference," University Inn & Conference Center, West Lafayette, IN. For information, contact Pat Minnick at (765) 483-4458 or pminnick@co.boone.in.us.

Iowa

Oct 24-25: "Iowa Environmental Health Association Conference," Marshalltown, Iowa. For information, contact Brian Hanft at (641) 421-9340.

Michigan

Oct 4-6: "Groundwater Conference," Grayling, MI. For information, visit www.meha.net.

Oct 18-20: "Food Protection Conference," Mission Point Resort, Mackinac Island, MI. For information, visit www.meha.net.

Jan 9-11, 2007: "Onsite Wastewater Conference," sponsored by the Michigan Septic Tank Association, Michigan Onsite Wastewater Recycling Assciation, and the Michigan Environmental Health Association, East Lansing, MI.

Mar 27-30, 2007: "63rd Annual Educational Conference," Radisson Plaza Hotel & Suites, Kalamazoo, MI. For information, visit www.meha.net.

Montana

Oct 24-26: "MEHA Fall Educational Conference," Grouse Mountain Lodge (www.grousemountainlodge.com), White-fish, MT. For information, contact Wendee Jacobs at (406) 728-5760.

New Mexico

Oct 27-Nov 3: "11th Annual New Mexico Environmental Health Conference," Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, Albuquerque, NM. For information, contact Lorie Stoller at (505) 768-2718 or lstoller@cabq.gov, or visit www.nmehc.org.

Northern New England

Sep 13-15: "2006 Yankee Conference," Sheraton Harborside, Portsmouth, NH. For information, e-mail environmental-healthassociation@yahoo.com or visit www.freewebs.com/nneeha.

Texas

Oct 18-20: "TEHA Annual Educational Conference," Marriott North, Round Rock, TX. For information, visit www.myteha.org, e-mail teha@countrynet.net, or call Ginger Shaffer at (903) 572-7278.

Virginia

Oct 20: "Fall Education Workshop," sponsored by VEHA and the Central Atlantic States Association, Monticello Event Conference Center, Charlottesville, VA. …

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