Event: Water Conservation Conference in Houston
A conference on water conservation will be held in Houston on Jan. 23 titled "Capitalizing on Water Conservation: Benefits, Opportunities, Requirements & Lessons Learned," focusing on water funding and other related issues.
What: A conference on water titled "Capitalizing on Water Conservation: Benefits, Opportunities, Requirements & Lessons Learned." The conference will focus on how Proposition 6, water-infrastructure funding and HB4 may affect local communities; on strategies for smart infrastructure investment; on implementing water conservation programs; and other water-related issues.
Who: Policymakers, consultants, analysts and advocates interested in water issues. Sponsors include the Sierra Club, the Water Foundation, the National Wildlife Foundation, the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District, the San Jacinto River Authority and the city of Houston.
When: Jan. 23
Where: United Way Resource Center 50 Waugh Drive, Houston, TX 77007
Texas Tribune donors or members may be quoted or mentioned in our stories, or may be the subject of them. For a complete list of contributors, click here.
Quality journalism doesn't come free
Perhaps it goes without saying — but producing quality journalism isn't cheap. At a time when newsroom resources and revenue across the country are declining, The Texas Tribune remains committed to sustaining our mission: creating a more engaged and informed Texas with every story we cover, every event we convene and every newsletter we send. As a nonprofit newsroom, we rely on members to help keep our stories free and our events open to the public. Do you value our journalism? Show us with your support.Yes, I'll donate today