Hazards to Your
Health and Home
March 3-4, 2008
Red Lion Colonial Hotel
2301 Colonial Dr
The MCP invites you to attend this free and informative conference. We are enthusiastic to provide knowledgeable keynote speakers, answer questions, and provide you with a variety of information. Click on Conference Details, as we will post agendas and updates to this website as the conference draws nearer. Please remember, for now... help us spread the news, and save the date! We look forward to seeing you there.
Keynote speakers on March 3, 2008, are Kathryn Wells, M.D., Medical Director of the Denver Family Crisis Center, and Sandra Wells, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Montana’s Center for Environmental Health Sciences. The title of their combined presentation is, "Methamphetamine: Endangering our Environment, Families, and Children." A vendor social hour will follow with complimentary beverages and snacks.
On Tuesday morning, March 4th, Ken Poteet with the Montana Department of Justice, will talk on Meth and Meth Lab Busts and Kara Richardson with Child and Family Services will talk on Children Living in Meth Environments.
On Tuesday afternoon, March 4th, Larry Stone, a Washington and Oregon, Certified Meth Lab Cleanup Contractor, will present a slide show on Meth Labs and How to Clean Them. A lively roundtable discussion will round out the conference with topics to include; Is EPA Brownfields funding available for meth lab cleanups? MT's Meth Lab Cleanup Program's Success Stories, and a question and answer session among cleanup contractors and Meth Lab Property Owners.
A block of rooms has been set aside at the Red Lion Colonial, and we encourage you to reserve your room early.
Please register by e-mail to Camille Killam, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, stating which days/sessions you will be attending. While registration is not required, it will assist us in assuring adequate preparation for your comfort. Additionally, refreshments and snacks will be provided during conference breaks.
This conference is made possible by an EPA Brownfields grant.