Strong attendance for our first virtual event: DC Advocacy Workshop

On September 9, 2020, NWSA and partner Van Scoyoc Associates hosted a virtual workshop on engaging with Congress and the Executive Branch to advocate on water supply policy and related issues. The virtual workshop was well attended, with 28 participants. Of those 28, almost half of the attendees were prospective NWSA members. A huge thanks to Geoff Bowman and John Anderson for sharing their experiences and insights. The slide deck used during the workshop can be found by clicking the button below.


As we continue to plan NWSA events for this fiscal year and beyond, please provide your feedback and input on the workshop (e.g., substance, logistics, effectiveness of Zoom, duration of event, etc.) and future topics of interest. Please send your comments to davem@nationalwatersupply.org.



NWSA Advocacy Workshop Sep2020 FINAL
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