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IECA

The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) has been the largest member-based association for erosion control since 1972. Today, IECA is the leading association for erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, and stream restoration, and provides education, resources, and networking to the industry, government, and academia. Our members represent over 30 countries and 22 fields of professional practice. IECA’s diverse membership supplies a unique network of specialists who are capable of solving a broad range of problems caused by soil erosion and its by-product—sediment.

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Mountain States Chapter

IECA’s Mountain States Chapter is a regional extension that connects you with people, training, and solutions to your erosion and sediment control needs. IECA and its Mountain States Chapter form a strong partnership comprised of individuals who are dedicated to minimizing accelerated soil erosion.

The Mountain States Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) represents a large area of the United States – Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota. The international organization is the global resource for information on erosion and sediment control, and the Mountain States Chapter is your local source for information that is important to you.

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Objectives

  • Provide a forum for the exchange of local and regional information on erosion and sediment control
  • Distribute articles and data on technological advances in the fields of erosion and sediment control
  • Provide an opportunity for the review of local, state and federal regulations that effect the erosion and sediment control industry
  • Distribute information on new erosion and sediment control products
  • Inform members of practical erosion and sediment control techniques and practices
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of various practices and products in local and regional applications
  • Provide effective tools for members to use in the control of erosion