Established in 1990, Forester Media provides a broad range of communication and information solutions–magazines, conferences and exhibitions, directories, online media, books, marketing services–for targeted, highly-focused markets. With highly esteemed brands in authoritative positions reaching key business sectors, we deliver unrivaled access to business professionals across a diverse range of industries. Forester publishes the award-winning trade magazines Stormwater, Erosion Control, MSW Management, Distributed Energy, Grading & Excavation Contractor, and Water Efficiency, and produces StormCon, The North American Surface Water Quality Conference and Exposition. Forester University brings education experts to you in a series of online courses and webinars. ForesterPress is our book publishing division.
The Journal of Energy Efficiency and Reliability reaches more than 21,000 subscribers. Published 7 times annually, Distributed Energy remains the only publication in the country focused on the entire portfolio of power concerns for businesses and facilities, including onsite generation, HVAC, lighting and energy management systems.
The Journal for Erosion and Sediment Control Professionals, reaches more than 23,000 subscribers. Published in print 7 times each year plus the Erosion Control Weekly newsletter. A limited number of complimentary subscriptions to Erosion Control are available to qualified readers.
Grading & Excavation Contractor reaches nearly 29,000 grading, excavating, and earthmoving professionals. Grading & Excavation Contractor is published 7 times per year, qualified readers are eligible for complimentary subscriptions.
The Journal for Municipal Solid Waste Professionals reaches nearly 25,000 subscribers. MSW Management is published 7 times annually and is the Official Journal of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), the largest professional organization of solid waste management professionals in the world.
The Journal for Surface Water Quality Professionals is published 8 times a year and reaches more than 26,000 readers responsible for minimizing nonpoint-source water pollution, NPDES Phase II compliance, TMDLs, and the numerous other regulatory and business changes that significantly impact us all. If you're professionally involved with stormwater, this is your magazine.
The Journal for Water Resource Management is published 7 times a year and reaches more than 25,000 readers responsible for minimizing water loss in municipal, industrial, commercial, residential, and agricultural settings. If you are professionally involved with water efficiency, this publication is written for you.