August 21-23, 2012 | FEEL, Ames, Iowa
Purpose of the Drainage School
To train stakeholders in sub-surface drainage concepts, planning and laying out drainage systems including surveying a profile, laying out the system, calculating tile line sizes and spacing using actual field data, making connections, and setting up drainage control structures, NRCS & IDDA regulatory considerations, and fixing common drainage system issues.
This is a three-day school with each day including a combination of hands-on training, lecture and discussion, and problem solving using examples. By attending this school, participants will be able to plan and layout subsurface drainage systems and workout estimated project costs.
Who should attend
- drainage contractors
- professional engineers and consultants
- NRCS professionals
- county administrators
- IDDA officials
- anyone interested in subsurface drainage design and maintenance
The Iowa Drainage School is an excellent opportunity to reach individuals interested or involved in agricultural drainage. We welcome the participation of companies and organizations who would like to share information about their products or services. School sponsorship includes registration for one individual and display space in the classroom building. For more information about being a sponsor, contact Kapil Arora at (515) 382-6551 or email@example.com, or visit the registration page to complete the form or register online.
Registration for the 2012 Iowa Drainage School is now open. Enrollment is limited to the first 40 paid registrations. Register early to save $50!