June 10th SWC Webinar: Opportunities for Engagement with NRCS to Identify New NWQI Watersheds

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On Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm (eastern time), the Source Water Collaborative (SWC) will host an informative webinar on how to engage NRCS and other partners to identify watersheds for the FY 2022 National Water Quality Initiative. The goal of the webinar is to inform participants about the current opportunity to identify source water watersheds for this year’s round of NWQI watershed selection, and the importance of initiating or continuing conversations with NRCS now before the deadline on July 9, 2021. 

This webinar is designed to benefit state source water coordinators, state and local NRCS, utilities, conservation districts and other source water partners.  You will hear the State NRCS perspective on NWQI and its source water protection opportunities, as well as tips for engaging with NRCS at the state and local levels, and other key information.  Oregon’s successful approach to NWQI will provide some examples of data sharing and state and local partnerships that you can use and adapt in your own source water work with NRCS.

The webinar will be moderated by Adam Carpenter, Manager of Energy and Environmental Policy with the American Water Works Association. The speakers will include:

  • Tom Morgart, Connecticut State Conservationist – NRCS
  • Julie Harvey, Drinking Water Protection Program Coordinator with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
  • Jason Faucera, Conservation Initiatives Manager with Clackamas SWCD

To learn more about NWQI, read the 2021 Bulletin and visit NRCS’s website. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR HERE.

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