Wausau, WI. Wisconsin’s Green Fire (WGF) is hosting a PFAS in Wisconsin – Policy and Practice for Local Government Leaders workshop on Tuesday, May 2nd in Wausau. This invitation-only event will prepare local leaders to understand, respond, and act to protect communities from the risks of PFAS contamination in Wisconsin. The workshop will cover topics including PFAS sources and pathways, testing, response management, state and federal regulation and standards, and legislative and policy needs to address PFAS in the state and across the country.

Presenters will include members of WGF’s Contaminants of Emerging Concern Work Group, Wisconsin
Department of Natural Resources Secretary Adam Payne, staff from Wisconsin Department of Health Services, UW-Extension, research scientists, municipal managers, and local elected officials in PFAS-
affected communities.

The workshop will be livestreamed by WisconsinEye on May 2nd, 9;30 AM – 3:30 PM Central Time at

Contact Fred Clark with questions at fclark@wigreenfire.org

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