AWRA FLORIDA

News AND NOTES

  • 12 May 2017 12:50 PM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    Presentations from the May 2017 Technical Meeting held May 5, 2017 in Tampa are available to AWRA Florida members here.
  • 12 May 2017 12:45 PM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    The deadline to submit abstracts for the 2017 AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference being held November 5-9, 2017 in Portland, Oregon has been extended to May 16AWRA Florida has funds available to assist students with conference attendance and travel expenses. Contact Kristin Bennett at 772-781-3414 for more information.
  • 19 Apr 2017 9:50 PM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    This year, AWRA National is proud to announce the availability of more than $8,000 in scholarship funds to be awarded. The deadline to submit applications is April 22, 2017. Learn more about the Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarship here.
  • 13 Apr 2017 8:00 AM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    AWRA Florida awards scholarships and grants to pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade teachers, environmental education centers, high school seniors, and undergraduate and graduate college or university students in Florida. 2017 Applications are now being accepted; the application submittal deadline is April 15, 2017.
  • 04 Apr 2017 8:00 AM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    Presentations from the March 2017 Technical Meeting held March 31, 2017 in Gainesvile are available to AWRA Florida members here.
  • 24 Feb 2017 5:30 PM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    Our 2016 Annual Report is now available. It provides a summary of revenues, expenses, scholarships, sponsorships, membership, meeting attendees, etc.
  • 08 Feb 2017 8:00 AM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    John "Woody" Wodraska will be speaking on Federal and State Roles in Florida Water Resources at Florida Gulf Coast University on Thursday, February 16 from 1:30-2:45pm. Location: Room 220, Seidler Hall (28 on Campus Map). Seminar is open to the public. For more information, contact Dr. Don Duke at 239-590-7542.
  • 06 Feb 2017 5:10 PM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)
    Since 1990, many eastern U.S. states have seen significant threats to water quantity for the first time in recorded history. At the same time, as spatial and temporal distribution of water is changing, demands for water for municipal use, agricultural use and energy production are increasing, further threatening the predictability and availability of the resource. This webinar will analyze recent state regulatory initiatives and court cases in MA, NY, PA and CT and suggest possible ways that state governments might overcome these hurdles. Click here for more information.

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