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Upcoming NEHA Conferences

May 8-12, 2004: William Egan Civic and Convention Center, Anchorage, Alaska

Jun 25-29, 2005: Providence, Rhode Island

Jun 24-28, 2006: San Antonio, Texas

NEHA Affiliate and Regional Listings


Mar 31-Apr 2, 2004: "2004 Conference," hosted by the California Environmental Health Association at the Pasadena Conference Center/Sheraton Pasadena Hotel. For information, visit


Sep 24-26: "36th Annual Educational Conference," hosted by the Colorado Environmental Health Association at the Steamboat Grand Hotel and Resort in Steamboat Springs, CO. For information, contact Therese Pilonetti by phone at (303) 692-3642 or visit


Sep 29-Oct 1: "Renewing Environmental Health Practice," hosted by the Illinois Environmental Health Association in Peoria, IL. For information, call Sharron LaFollette at (217) 206-7894.


Sep 22-24: "Indiana Environmental Health Association Fall Conference," Holiday Inn, Jasper, IN. For information, contact Scott Gilliam by phone at (317) 233-0360 or visit


Sep 24-26: "41st Annual Yankee Conference," hosted by the Massachusetts Environmental Health Association in Plymouth, MA.


Mar 17-19, 2004: "Michigan Environmental Health Association Conference," Grand Rapids, MI. For information, contact Julie Melic by phone at (616) 336-3089.


Oct 7-9:"2003 Fall Training Conference," hosted by the Montana Environmental Health Association in Missoula, Montana. For information, contact Karen Salo by phone at (406) 434-5032 or by e-mail:


Sep 30-Oct 1: "NEHA Region 4 Educational Conference," hosted by the Nebraska Environmental Health Association in Omaha, NE. For information, contact Les Theisen by phone at (402) 444-7242, by e-mail:, or visit

New Mexico

Oct 20-22: "8th Annual New Mexico Environmental Health Conference," Sheraton Old Town Hotel, Albuquerque, NM. For information, contact Tom Duker at (505) 314-0324; e-mail:; or visit

North Carolina

Sep 17-19: "NCPHA Annual Education Conference," hosted by the North Carolina Public Health Association at the Adams Mark Hotel in Winston-Salem, NC. For information contact Patricia Hawkins at (828) 884-3139, or visit


Apr 21-23, 2004: "Annual Educational Conference," hosted by the Texas Environmental Health Association. For information, contact Sandra Long by phone at (972) 941-7143.


Sep 24-26: "Fall Conference," hosted by the Utah Environmental Health Association at the Utah Valley Community College in Orem City, UT.


Sep 17-18: "2003 Joint Educational Conference," hosted by the Wisconsin Environmental Health Association, in Fond du Lac, WI. For information, contact Wayne Kopp at (608) 224-4718.


Sep 23-25: "WEHA Annual Educational Conference," hosted by the Wyoming Environmental Health Association in Cheyenne, WY. For information, contact Roy Kroeger, WEHA president, at

Topical Listings


Oct 20-22: "BioSecurity 2003," hosted by Harvard Medical International, Harvard Medical School, and Harvard School of Public Health at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. For information, visit

Drinking Water

Oct 29-30: "Legionella Prevention Training Course," hosted by HC Information Resources, Inc., in Dunkirk, Maryland. For information, call (800) 801-8050: e-mail: or visit

Food Safety

Sep 21-24: "2003 Educational Conference," hosted by the Western Association of Food and Drug Officials at the Silver Legacy Resort in Rend, NV. For information, contact Linda Condon by phone (360) 902-1836 or by e-mail:

Oct 28-30: "FDA Southwest Regional Food Conference," hosted by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food and the Salt Lake Valley Health Department at the Marriott University Park Hotel in Salt Lake City, UT.

General Environmental Health

Dec 3-5: "Preparing for the Environmental Public Health Challenges of the 21st Century," hosted by CDC/National Center for Environmental Health at the Hilton Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, GA. For information, visit


Sep-Dec: "Field Technology, Geographic Information Systems, and Urban Design Courses," hosted by UC Davis Extension's Land Use and Natural Resources Program. For information, call (800) 752-0881 or visit

Indoor Air Quality

Sep 10-12: "5th International Conference on Bioaerosols, Fungi, Bacteria, Mycotoxins, and Human Health," hosted by the Eungal Research Group Foundation in Saratoga Springs, NY. For information, contact Raymond Luhrman by phone (518) 459-3339; fax (518) 459-4646; e mail:; or visit

Oct 26-28: "Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools 2003 National Symposium," hosted by NEHA and the U.S. EPA at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC. For information, contact Larry Marcum by phone (303) 756-9090, ext. 303, or by e-mail:

Onsite Wastewater Management

Sep 22-23: "12th Northwest Onsite Wastewater Treatment Short Course and Equipment Exhibition," at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. For information, call 1-866-791-1275 or visit http://www.

International Listings


2006 [dates to be announced]: "Ninth World Congress of the International Federation of Environmental Health," Dublin, Ireland. For information, contact Diane Evans, NEHA Liaison to the IFEH by phone at (831) 479-1528 or by e-mail at


Sep 30-Oct 3: "Second International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments," hosted by Battelle in Venice, Italy. For information, call (800) 783-6338, e-mail:, or visit

South Africa

Feb 20-28, 2004: "Eighth World Congress of the International Federation of Environmental Health," Durban, South Africa. For information, contact Diane Evans, NEHA Liaison to the IFEH by phone at (831) 479-1528 or by e-mail at

* All listings occur in 2003 unless otherwise indicated. NLHA AEC dates listed more than one year in advance are subject to change.
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