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2018 Symposium

 

4th Biennial Texas Panhandle Water Conservation Symposium is scheduled for February 28, 2018.

Bridging the Gap: Balancing Today’s Water Needs & Conserving for our Future

We want to thank the attendees and sponsors for their continued support - without you, this event would not be nearly as successful. We look forward to hosting you all again in 2020 for our 5th Biennial Water Conservation Symposium! 

Click here for the 2018 Agenda!

Videos:

Senator Kel Seliger, Texas State Senate - Political Update

Jeffery Lindner, Harris Co. Flood Control District - Hurricane Harvey: Impacts to Harris County

Carole Baker, Texas Water Foundation - What's New in Water Conservation & What it Means for You?

Russell Grubbs, City of Amarillo - Municipalities & Water Conservation

Peter Lake, TWDB - Opportunities of Funding through SWIFT

Ken Kramer, Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter - 100th Anniversary of the Conservation Amendment

Daniel Cunningham, Texas A&M AgriLife Dallas - 'Water' You Doing, West Texas?

Dr. Todd Votteler, Collaboration Water Resolution, LLC - Mediation over Litigation during Water Disputes

Tina Hansen, PE & Kyle Kruger, PE, Garver Engineering - Diversifying your Water Supply

Dr. Brent Auvermann, Texas A&M AgriLife Amarillo - Drones in Agriculture

Tiffany Lashment, Texas A&M AgriLife Amarillo - Overview of Texas Groundwater Law

Rich Gagnon, City of Amarillo - Cyber-security & Water

Dan Haddock, PE, Intera - Conserving and Managing Groundwater Assets

Scott Honeyfield, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc - Finding the Water

 

 

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Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors!



The Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District will strive to develop, promote and implement water conservation, augmentation and management strategies to protect water resources for the benefit of the citizens, economy, and environment of the District.



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