SWC Webinar on Engaging Drinking Water Utilities in USDA RCPP Funding Projects

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On Thursday, January 11th, 2018, from 1:30 to 3:00 pm (eastern) the Source Water Collaborative (SWC) will host a webinar as part of its Learning Exchange Webinar Series entitled, “Conservation Grant Funding & Drinking Water Utilities: Partnering for Success.” During the webinar, participants will learn about the efforts of drinking water utilities and conservation groups to partner with farming operations and landowners to protect their water supplies through the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP). The webinar will be moderated by Adam Carpenter of AWWA and speakers will include:

  • Jimmy Bramblett, Deputy Chief of Programs, USDA NRCS
  • Tariq Baloch, Water Utility Plant Manager, Cedar Rapids. Iowa
  • Sandi Formica, Executive Director, Watershed Conservation Resource Center

Save your spot today by registering here.

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WE&RF and WRF Webinar on Coordinating Water Management and Urban Planning Efforts

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On Thursday, December 7, 2017, from 1:00 pm–2:30 pm (eastern), the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) and Water Research Foundation (WRF) will conduct a free webinar entitled, “Coordinating Water Management and Urban Planning Efforts.” During the webinar, speakers from the University of Arizona, Brendle Group, and Western Resource Advocates will present the findings from two parallel research projects (project #SIWM5R13 and project #4623) that can be used by both the water and planning sectors to improve coordination, promote resilience in urban environments, and help move cities towards a One Water approach. REGISTER HERE.

Webinar on Addressing Nutrient Pollution in our Nation’s Waters

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On Friday, November 3rd from 1:00pm – 2:30pm (eastern), the US Water Alliance, the National Association of Clean Water Agencies, and the Water Environment Federation will host a webinar to discuss their new policy brief entitled, Addressing Nutrient Pollution in Our Nation’s Waters: The Role of a Statewide Utility.  The paper presents options for a collaborative approach with agriculture, utilities, businesses, environmental groups, government, and academia that focuses on cost-effective, results-driven investments and projects for reducing nutrient pollution. For more information and to register, go HERE.

ASDWA Webinar on PFAS Challenges Facing Small Systems in North Carolina

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ASDWA will host a webinar on Tuesday, September 26th from 1:00pm – 2:00pm (eastern) entitled, “Legacy and Emerging PFAS Challenges Facing Small Surface Water Treatment Systems in North Carolina.”  During the webinar, Dr. Detlef Knappe from North Carolina State University will present his research on both legacy (PFOA and PFOS) and emerging (GenX) PFAS in the Cape Fear River watershed and will summarize some of the challenges with analytical methods and treatment for surface water systems impacted by discharges from a Chemours manufacturing plant. Register HERE

Register Now for ASDWA Webinar on Leveraging CWA 319 and SDWA Programs for Surface and Ground Water Quality Planning

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ASDWA CWA-SDWA Webinar:  Leveraging CWA 319 and SDWA Programs for Surface and Ground Water Quality Planning

Date:  Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Time:  1:00pm – 2:30pm (eastern), 10:00am – 11:30am (pacific)

REGISTER HERE

On November 7, ASDWA will host a free Clean Water Act – Safe Drinking Water Act (CWA-SDWA) webinar entitled, “Leveraging CWA 319 and SDWA Programs for Surface and Ground Water Quality Planning.” The purpose of the webinar is to build on the efforts of ASDWA, ACWA, GWPC, and EPA to share and promote CWA-SDWA coordination activities across state and EPA water programs. State, interstate, tribal, and federal water programs, water utilities, technical assistance providers, and anyone else who would like to participate is encouraged to attend. During the webinar, presenters from the Nebraska and Nevada state water programs will share how they coordinated with EPA and local communities to leverage the CWA 319 nonpoint source (NPS) program for surface and ground water quality protection planning in drinking water supply areas.

We hope you will attend!