ABOUT SWPBA

Founded in 1973, the Southeastern Water Pollution Biologists Association is a non-profit organization that exists to promote further understanding of the aquatic biological communities and the impact of pollutants on the aquatic ecosystems and to provide a medium for exchange of appropriate information among the membership.

General membership is currently restricted to State Regulatory and Tribal Water Pollution Biologists whose programs are funded through the Region IV Environmental Protection Agency and Environmental Protection Agency Region IV Water Pollution Biologists.

The Association is organized and operated exclusively for scientific and educational purposes.


PARTICIPATING STATES AND TRIBES

Alabama Department of Environmental Management
Cherokee Tribe
Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Georgia Environmental Protection Division
Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection
Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of FL
Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians
Seminole Indian Tribe of Florida
South Carolina Office of Environmental Quality Control
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation

        Constitution and Bylaws

 

        Annual Meeting

 

        Historical Information

 

        Awards

1. Biologist of the Year

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            Recipients

 

2. Lifetime Achievement

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