Registration Now Open for Nov 13th CWA-SDWA Toolkit Webinar on NPS and 319 Programs

GWPC, ACWA, and ASDWA are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Fourth CWA-SDWA Toolkit Webinar on NPS and 319 Programs.  We hope you will join us and invite your fellow Clean Water Act colleagues to participate with you.  This is a great way to get together with them to start or enhance your working relationship.  Registration is free and open to anyone who is interested in participating.

REGISTER HERE:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5149810469171201282

DATE:  Friday, November 13, 2015

TIME:  3:00pm to 4:30pm (eastern time)

TITLE:  Fourth CWA-SDWA Toolkit Webinar: Using Nonpoint Source and Clean Water Act 319 Programs to Protect and Preserve Drinking Water Quality

DESCRIPTION: This is the final in a series of four webinars conducted through a joint effort of the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA), the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC), and the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA). This fourth CWA-SDWA Toolkit webinar will provide state, interstate, tribal, and federal water program managers with more detailed information about Section 5 of the Toolkit, on using Nonpoint Source and Clean Water Act 319 Programs to protect drinking water sources and work across programs to achieve mutual goals.  The webinar will feature presenters from Wisconsin and Delaware, who will share their experiences in coordinating efforts with these programs.

The CWA-SDWA Toolkit entitled, “Opportunities to Protect Drinking Water Sources and Advance Watershed Goals through the Clean Water Act: A Toolkit for State, Interstate, Tribal, and Federal Water Program Managers,” was developed by a workgroup that included many state, EPA Headquarters, and EPA Regional representatives from clean water, drinking water, and ground water programs. Next steps beyond these webinars may include collecting and sharing success stories from the states on CWA/SDWA collaborations.

To view information about the previous webinars, visit ASDWA’s source water protection web page at www.asdwa.org/sourcewaterprotection.

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