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Conference Series: National Water Policy Dialogue

Impact Issues on Water Policy:

Nov. 2006 - Water Policy: Present and Future

Meetings on Water Policy:



Fourth Policy Dialogue Summary

The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) - convened the Fourth National Water Resources Policy Dialogue, September 22, 2008, Arlington, VA.

Press Release

Third Policy Dialogue Summary

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The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) - convened the Third National Water Resources Policy Dialogue, January 22-23, 2007 Arlington, VA.

Letter to President and Congressional Leaders

Letter to the Media


Podcast: Third Policy Dialogue
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Second Policy Dialogue Summary:

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The American Water Resources Association (AWRA) - convened Second National Water Resources Policy Dialogue, held February 14-15, 2005 in Tucson, Arizona was of similar format and scope to the first dialogue held 2 years earlier in Washington, DC, but with a greater emphasis on western water issues. The 250 attendees are leaders in the water resources community representing federal, state, tribal, and local governments, NGO’s,
consultants, academics, and private citizens. <More>

Letter to President and Congressional Leaders

First Policy Dialogue Summary:

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The first National Water Resources Policy Dialogue (NWPRD) was held September 17-18, 2002 in Washington, DC and attended by 267 persons representing 41 states, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. Sponsored by 10 federal water resources agencies and co-sponsored by 24 associations or NGO's, the Dialogue represented an objective approach to 6 key water resources issues: Restoring and Protecting the Environment, Water Resources Infrastructure, Safety and Security of Water Resources, Managing Watersheds Holistically, Sustainable Water Use and Drought Management, Flood Plain and Coastal Zone Management.

Letter to President and Congressional Leaders