9th Annual Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium

October 28, 2020 @ 9:00AM — October 29, 2020 @ 12:30PM

Please join us online for Integrating Water Management on the Texas Gulf Coast: Moving Forward with a One Water Approach.

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General Admission
Available For 5 More Days!
$25
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Available For 5 More Days!

This rate is offered for all students, teachers, and faculty.

$10
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Integrating Water Management on the Texas Gulf Coast:
Moving Forward with a One Water Approach

Join us on Wednesday, October 28 - Thursday, October 29, 2020 for this two-day, virtual program. Each day's programming will take place from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

The Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium provides water utilities and other organizations interested in water management and conservation with the information needed to implement successful water conservation programs, effectively engage customers, and plan for the future. This year’s symposium is focused on case studies and tools to help attendees identify challenges and solutions for successfully managing water as an integrated resource.

Tickets are $25 for General Admission. Students, teachers, and faculty receive discounted rate of $10. CEUs will be offered through self-reporting for architects and engineers. Additional credits are pending approval for water professionals through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).

2020 Symposium Overview

We are excited to welcome recognized national and state experts for a full day of learning and engagement. Special for 2020 is a virtual keynote from Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, Director, Texas Tech University Climate Center which includes an interactive Q&A.

Additional Speakers to Include

  • Jason Afinowicz, Freese and Nichols 
  • Marissa Aho, AICP, City of Houston 
  • Katie Clayton, City of Sugar Land 
  • Stephen Cortes, JD, Goldwater Project, LLC  
  • Tom Entsminger, Texas Water Development Board 
  • Marisa Flores Gonzalez, City of Austin
  • Paula Paciorek, City of Houston
  • Inge Wiersema PE, Carollo Engineers, Inc.
  • Stephanie Corso, Rogue Water
  • Arianne Shipley, Rogue Water
With special thanks to our Symposium Planning Committee

  • Bob Dailey, Woodlands Water Agency and Symposium Co-founder
  • Lisa Gonzalez, HARC
  • Paul Nelson, Symposium Co-founder
  • Paula Paciorek, City of Houston
  • Heather Ramsey Cook, San Jacinto River Authority
  • Colleen Spencer, City of Sugar Land

With special thanks to our Sponsors