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The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is the world’s oldest and largest association devoted to helping members solve the problems caused by erosion and its byproduct-sediment.
IECA connects you to 2,500 members who specialize in stormwater management and natural resource protection.

Insights From the Journey

Insights From the Journey

One of the great gifts of writing is the knowledge that one gains from the research necessary to create intelligent composition. My high school English teacher—who also taught Kurt Vonnegut—once told me that there were seven basic plots in literature and not to worry about outlining a wholly original narrative,

IECA News

IECA News

Environmental Connection 2017 Ready for Atlanta?
Save the date for EC17!
Environmental Connection 2017 is coming soon and IECA encourages all industry professionals to start making plans to attend the world’s largest soil and water event. EC17 will be held February 21–24, 2017, at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia. Prepare to learn from a

Publisher’s Memo: A Note of Thanks—Let’s Keep It Going

Publisher’s Memo: A Note of Thanks—Let’s Keep It Going

About 23,000 people around the world subscribe to Erosion Control. Since the magazine’s launch in 1993, we have had an agreement with the International Erosion Control Association (IECA), serving as its official journal. This arrangement has consistently put the Association in front of tens of thousands of non-IECA members—people (like

Reader Profile: Heather Buck

Reader Profile: Heather Buck

Heather Buck, CPWSQ, CMS4S, says most municipalities are complying with stormwater regulations, but not sufficiently documenting it. A resource planner for Christopher B. Burke Engineering in Indianapolis, IN, Buck helps municipalities with recordkeeping, tracking, and documentation in an “easy and efficient way so they can fit records documentation into their

IECA Great Connections 2016

Great Connections is a bi-annual conference co-organized by International Erosion Control Association (IECA) Chapters. This year will be hosted in La Crosse, Wisconson by the Great Lakes, Great Rivers Chapters and Northern Plains Chapters along with the City of La Crosse. Bringing together contractors, stormwater professionals, designers and planners from

Profile Products Promotes Jim Tanner to President

Profile Products LLC, a provider of soil, water and vegetation management solutions used in diverse industries in 75 countries, today announced the promotion of Jim Tanner to serve in the dual role of President and Chief Operating Officer. Tanner has held the COO post since 2013, previously worked for the

IECA News

IECA News

IECA hosted a successful conference and expo for Environmental Connection 2016 attendees. IECA hosted over 1,500 attendees and a sold-out exhibit hall of 145 exhibitions in San Antonio, Texas, February 16–19, 2016.

IECA News

IECA News

Who Is IECA?
IECA is a nonprofit, member organization that provides education, resource information, and business opportunities for professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry.

What is IECA’s Reach?
Our 2,500 members ­represent over 30 ­countries and 22 fields of professional practice. IECA’s diverse membership supplies a unique network of specialists who

IECA Names Environmental Achievement and Outstanding Professional of the Year for 2015

Denver, Colo. – International Erosion Control Association Region One (IECA) names its 2015 winners for the Environmental Achievement and Outstanding Professional of the Year awards. The Bijou Area Erosion Control Project receives the Environmental Achievement Award and John McCullah is named the Outstanding Professional of the Year award recipient.

The Environmental Excellence Award is the IECA’s premier award.

Reader Profile: Brad Flack

Reader Profile: Brad Flack

Brad Flack, winner of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) 2015 Young Professional of the Year Award, has accomplished much in the decade he’s been in the industry. He catapulted from knowing nothing about stormwater mitigation to becoming a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and a Certified

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