Join us Thursday, September 28, 2017, for the Water Efficiency Network meeting. John Ferguson will be speaking about modern soil science practices that can significantly reduce landscaping water demands.
Water-Level Altitudes and Changes in Houston-Galveston Region and Montgomery County; the Scientific Story of Groundwater-Levels, Long-term Changes, and Subsidence
Topic: The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has been monitoring water table levels in hundreds of water wells on an annual basis in our region for more than forty years.
Jonathan Kleinman, President of AIQUEOUS will be speaking about data-driven water conservation software that helps water utilities and district operate more efficiently.
Dr. Wagner will be speaking to the Network about the continuing research relative to the efficient use of water being conducted at the University of Texas A&M and the Institute. He will also speak to watershed planning and restoration, and the effectiveness of best management practices.
Topic: Houston-Galveston Region's 2016 Basin Summary Report - the 2016 Basin Summary provides and in-depth analysis and review of the Houston-Galveston region's water quality conditions. Paniz will present an overview of current water-quality status and trends, ongoing water-quality projects, along with a demonstration of the interactive web-based report, bsr2016.com.
Presented by: Scott Galaway with Texas Water Development Board
Presentation by: Dr. Erin Kinney
Presented by: Montgomery County/Gulf Coast Water Efficiency Network, Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District, Sierra Club, Lone Star Chapter, Texas Water Foundation, National Wildlife Federation, Galveston Bay Foundation, City of Sugar Land, Texas AWWA; Woodlands Joint Powers Agency
Presented by: Katie Anderson, CEO, Save Water Co