Event: Forum on Water, Politics and Drought in Texas
The Texas Water Journal will hold its inaugural forum, titled "Water, Politics and Drought," in Austin on Nov. 21. The forum will bring together policymakers, scientists and water experts to discuss water issues.
What: "Water, Politics and Drought," a Texas Water Journal forum featuring policymakers, scientists and water experts discussing current water issues, including the drought, the Proposition 6 outcome, the 2015 legislative session, and Texas water policy and the law.
When: Nov. 21, 7 p.m.
Where: Room CLA 0.128, University of Texas at Austin Liberal Arts Building
Who: Forum panelists will include Brad Castleberry, a principal in the law firm of Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C.; Ken Kramer, volunteer water resources chairman and legislative adviser for the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club; Dean Robbins, assistant general manager of the Texas Water Conservation Association; and Stacey Steinbach, executive director of the Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts.
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