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Webinar: Building Partnerships for Source Water Protection

The benefits of protecting forest land in water utility source waters include improved water quality, reduced risk of contamination, and possibly reduced treatment costs. Therefore, water utilities may be valuable partners in natural resources management programs directed at maintaining/improving water quality in source water streams, lakes or reservoirs. This presentation will discuss reaching out to… Read more »

Webinar: The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act for Beginners

By the 1960s, decades of dam construction had taken a toll on our nation’s rivers. Thousands of miles of fish habitat and rapids, and acres of riverside forests and farmland were buried by dams and reservoirs. Pollution, logging, and harmful development degraded the health of rivers nationwide. There was sufficient concern over the loss of… Read more »

Webinar: How to Give Your Story More Punch

It’s proven that people remember stories, not facts alone. Storytelling connects you to your supporters and delivers a strong, emotional message. However, more than not our storytelling becomes overly wordy, losing effectiveness. This webinar will provide steps for making your stories more compelling and fit. Tune in to learn: • How to identify your audience… Read more »

Webinar: Watershed Investment Success in Santa Fe, NM

  The City of Santa Fe has invested in green infrastructure for source water protection and keeping the Santa Fe River a ‘Living River.’ A local and national collaboration of the City of Santa Fe, U.S. Forest Service, Santa Fe Watershed Association, and The Nature Conservancy created the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Plan to provide… Read more »

Webinar: Sourcewater Protection – What It Is and How To Fund It

Central Arkansas Water is the largest drinking water utility in the state, and provides services to 450,000 Arkansans. Its watershed protection program was created to drive the goals identified in the utility’s 2007 Lake Maumelle Watershed Protection Plan. The utility currently owns and manages more than 12,000 acres of watershed land and two drinking water… Read more »