Register Now for the January 9 Webinar on How State Source Water Programs Can Work with their USDA Partners
December 7, 2012
On Wednesday, January 9, 2013, from 1:00 to 2:30 pm (eastern time), ASDWA and GWPC will hold a webinar on “How State Source Water Programs can Work with their USDA Partners to Protect Drinking Water Sources.”
Who should attend: State drinking water, ground water, clean water, and agriculture programs, EPA Regions, USDA programs, and other interested stakeholders are encouraged to attend. Please note that we have expanded the audience for the webinar, so please share this information with your agricultural colleagues whom we believe would also benefit from attending.
Why you should attend: The webinar should be useful for all state water and USDA programs, from those who already have formed a relationship between the state source water program and their USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office (but may be looking for new ideas), to those aiming to build a successful relationship.
The webinar agenda will include:
- A step-by-step tutorial on how to use the Source Water Collaborative’s new toolkit – www.sourcewatercollaborative.org/swp-usda
- Examples from two states who will share their experiences in developing a relationship and working together to protect drinking water sources
- Maine: Juan Hernandez (State Conservationist), Andy Tolman (Drinking Water Program), and Kira Jacobs (EPA Region 1)
- Iowa: Jay Mar (State Conservationist) and Becky Ohrtman (Drinking Water Program)
- Audience questions
To register for the webinar, go to: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/801495793
We hope you are able to join us!