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Idaho Water Users Association
Meeting Set For 2017-2018 Water Supply Outlook
A public session to discuss the 2017-2018 Idaho water supply outlook and agency projects will be held in Boise on November 2nd from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Washington Group Plaza in Boise, officials have announced.
The morning session will provide an update on current climate conditions, reservoir storage and weather outlooks for the coming winter. The afternoon session will include updates by different agencies. There will also be opportunities to interact and provide input at the meeting. The meeting is free and open to the public. It is being co-hosted by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Idaho Department of Water Resources, Idaho Power Company, US Army Corps of Engineers and PNW Climate Impacts Research Consortium.
The meeting will be held in "The Auditorium" located in the Plaza at 720 Park Blvd in Boise. Officials ask that individuals attending the meeting park across the street on the south side of Park Blvd. Click here to see a locator map
If you have questions or want to suggest agenda items for the meeting, please contact any of the below individuals.
Registration Now Open For Water Law Seminar
Registration is now open for the 34th IWUA Water Law Seminar November 9-10 at The Riverside Hotel in Boise. This year's seminar has a wide variety of speakers and panels dealing with a wide variety of topics including
Another highlight of the two-day seminar is scheduled for Thursday, November 10 titled: SNOWMAGEDDON 2017!, It is a full morning program dealing with the huge water year Idaho experienced this year. Topics will include "How Big Was the 2016/2017 Winter Snowpack," "Lessons Learned From Snowmageddon 2017," and "Flooding & Your Facilities: What is the Law." Also scheduled is a special presentation from an official from the California Department of Water Resources Security and Emergency Management Program that deals with the Oroville Dam crisis earlier this year.
Registration information and on-line hotel reservation links are provided below.
EPA Sets Teleconferences, Meetings on Revision
of Clean Water Act "Waters of the United States" Definition
IWUA is organized to promote, aid and assist the development, control, conservation, preservation and utilization of the water resources of the State of Idaho and to cooperate with similar organizations in other states. IWUA represents irrigation water users, municipalities, hydropower, aquaculture, agri-businesses and businesses interested in the perpetuation of wise water use in Idaho and our nation. The Idaho Water Users Association consists of approximately 300 irrigation districts and canal companies, agri-businesses, public water supply organizations, professional firms and individuals from around the state that manage water supplies for more than 2 million acres of irrigated Idaho farmland.