International Erosion Control Association (IECA)


Our Mission

The purpose of the Mountain States Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association is to provide a regional forum for the exchange and review of information related to the causes, effects, management, long-term impacts, and solutions for soil erosion, vegetation establishment and sediment control in the mountain states of Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota. The active participation of government officials, academic leaders, researchers, manufacturers, consultants and contractors represents the diverse resources that will be available to members of the Mountain States Chapter.

Board of Directors Election

November 1 to 15th, 2021

There are three at large positions and three state representative positions  open on the Board of Directors. The election voting will be open November 1st to 15th and the results will be announced at the Regional Conference in Denver, CO on November 16th.

Click to see biographies for each candidate (.pdf)

Join us for the IECA Mountain States Conference & Expo

Denver, CO – November 15 & 16, 2021.

Conference Agenda

The conference will kick off on Monday at 1PM with keynote presentation from David Skuodas, P.E., CFM, LEED AP with the Mile High Flood District. Throughout the conference, catch up on regional training, an expo hall with the latest in erosion control and stormwater management products and networking opportunities for industry professionals. Hosted by the Maintain States Chapter of IECA, the conference is a key industry event in the region and is one you won’t want to miss!

Conference Highlights

  • Peer-to-Peer Learning
  • Regional Networking
  • Technical Skills Building
  • Dynamic Speakers
  • Product Showcase
  • Professional Development
  • Knowledge Sharing
  • Regional/Chapter Connection | Professional Inspiration


(Early-Bird Rate Ends October 25th)

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The Objectives of the Mountain States Chapter include:

  • 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