The 26th Annual MAC-IECA Fall conference will be held on September 17 through 19 at the Clarion Inn in Frederick, MD. The conference will kick off with a golf tournament on the 17th, followed up with two days of events including breakout sessions for continuing education, an exhibitor’s hall wherein people will have a chance to catch up on the latest in erosion control and stormwater management products, and excellent networking opportunities for all who are involved in the erosion control industry. College students who are pursuing careers in the erosion control industry are welcome to participate as well so they can learn more about careers in the industry, and meet potential employers.


Clarion Inn Frederick Event Center
5400 Holiday Drive
Frederick, MD 21703

What Attendees Will Learn About:
  • Erosion and Sediment Control on Linear Projects
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Design and Construction
  • Coastal Resiliency
  • Waterway Restoration for Asset Protection
  • Sediment and Stormwater Challenges
  • Shoreline Stabilization

Program Development was Centered around Linear Projects and their Challenges
Hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) and IECA – Region One of IECA, the 26th Annual MAC Conference and Trade Show is recognized as a key industry conference in the Mid-Atlantic region. The conference annually draws over 150 attendees. Presentations are 45 minutes in length.





MAC-IECA 2019 “Tom Master Memorial” Golf Tournament

“Be prepared to use every club in your bag,” said the world-famous architect P.B. Dye after finishing one of Maryland’s finest golf courses. A course so good that P.B. decided to put his name on his masterpiece. Along with every club in the bag, you’ll need to play virtually every shot in the book. It’s vintage P.B. Dye, with a flair for the extravagant. No matter your skill level, you will absolutely be rewarded with a challenging, phenomenal round of golf. The Club at P.B. Dye has been selected by Golf Digest as one of the toughest courses in America and is listed among the 15 best courses in Maryland. With the early fall colors of Sugarloaf Mountain looming as its backdrop , the beautifully crafted and meticulously manicured golf course will capture both your imagination and your competitive spirit.

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Golf fee is $85 and includes, green fees, cart (brand new with GPS, USB ports & Bose speakers), free range balls, boxed deli buffet lunch with salads and desserts, raffles and prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd places and long drive/closest to pin competitions.

Sign up early for the MAC-IECA ‘Tom Master Memorial’ golf tournament to lock in your spot as they are expected to fill up quick. Secure your spot during the REGISTRATION.