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Fall 2023 Workshop

  • December 01, 2023
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Wake Forest University Downtown Campus Auditorium


  • Includes Registration for up to 3 attendees and one 6' table plus promotional opportunities before, during and after event!
  • Includes registration for up to 2 attendees and one 6' table.
  • Includes registration for 1 attendee plus promotional opportunities.
  • Must be current NCLMS member
  • Includes NCLMS membership for remainder of 2023!
  • Includes current undergraduate, graduate & doctoral students

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North Carolina
Lake Management Society

Fall Workshop

Current Events in North Carolina Lakes

Friday, December 1, 2023
9am to 4pm

Wake Forest University
Downtown Campus
4th Floor Auditorium
455 Vine St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Hotel Info

Best Western Plus University Inn
3050 University Parkway
Winston Salem, NC 27105

NCLMS has secured a room block for Thursday night at the  The rate is $89.  To book your room, cut & paste this link into your browser.

Draft Agenda
(Note: agenda subject to speaker and order change. Last update 11/28/23)

8:45am Welcome & Networking, light breakfast provided

9:00 – 10:40am Session 1

Eutrophication, HABs and Ecosystem Health
West Bishop, Ph.D., SePro Corporation

Nature-Based Solutions for Eroding Shorelines and Watersheds
Joshua Robinson, MS, PE, Robinson Design Engineers

Assessing Lake Water Quality Using Satellite Images to Explore Stakeholder-Driven Questions
Michael Moerk, Wake Forest University

Fall Fisheries Management – Seasonal Strategies for Maximizing Potential
Mitchell Morton, Foster Lake & Pond Management

10:40am - Networking Break

11:00am – 12:15pm Session 2

Recent Detections and Management of Aquatic Nuisance Species in North Carolina
Presenters Rachael Hoch, Assistant Chief of Inland Fisheries, Aquatic Diversity Section, NCWRC
Lawrence Dorsey, Piedmont Region Fisheries Supervisor, NCWRC

Lyngbya Update
Jessica Baumann, North Carolina State University

Assessing Sedimentation in Lake Wylie: Preliminary Results from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (CMSWS) Cove Monitoring Program
Matt Phillips, Charlotte-Mecklenburg County

12:15pm - Lunch provided on-site

1:00 – 1:30 PM Annual Business Meeting

1:30 - 2:30 Session 3 - Algal ID Workshop

Hands-on mini algal ID workshop with Jerry Pulsfort & Linda Erhlich for everyone to sharpen their skills.  Bring your algal bloom sample for ID!

2:30 pm – Networking Break

2:45 – 3:45 PM - Algal ID Workshop cont.

4:00 pm - Adjournment

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