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USACE water supply team update

Another strong reason for attending the NWSA Annual Meeting 2022 is to meet our Corps of Engineers partners. Brad Hudgens, Institute for Water Resources, will lead the Corps contingent at our meeting, and there will be some new USACE faces in Bismarck. Our good friend Amy Frantz has been re-assigned to other duties at Corps HQ, and her replacement may be hired in time to join us in Bismarck. Meredith LaDart, the new Technical Director of the Water Management and Reallocation Studies Planning Center of Expertise (WRMS PCX) will be in Bismarck, as will Tom Jester, also new to the PCX. We also expect a couple of representatives from the Corps Northwestern Division and Omaha District.

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