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Registration Now Open For Nov. 3-4
IWUA Fall Water Law & Resources Issue Seminar
Registration is now open for the IWUA 33rd Annual Fall Water Law and Resources Issues Seminar Nov. 3-4 at the Riverside Hotel in Boise.
The two days will be filled with topics of high interest to the legal, technical and water management communities. I think this will be one of the best fall seminars we have had because we are fortunate to have top subject matter experts from around the nation on hand to provide folks with special insights into the various areas, according to Norm Semanko, IWUA Executive Director and General Counsel.
The seminar program plus registration information for the seminar is available at the link below. An on-line portal for making hotel reservations is also available via the internet link below. For more information contact the Idaho Water Users Association at (208) 344-6690.
A barge loaded with grain heads out of Idaho's inland seaport on its way to Snake River and eventually the west coast. Read more about Idaho's record grain barging operations in the September IWUA quarterly newsletter. Click here to view the newsletter. (Photo by Scott Zugler. Lewis-Clark Terminal)
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.