Event: Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium
The Fifth Annual Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium, titled " New Frontiers in Conservation," will focus water demand trends and water conservation's role in the Gulf Coast's future water supply.
What: Fifth Annual Gulf Coast Water Conservation Symposium: " New Frontiers in Conservation" will focus on topics such as water demand trends and water conservation's role in the Gulf Coast's future water supply.
Who: The symposium is presented by the Montgomery County/Gulf Coast Water Efficiency Network; Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District; the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club; the Texas Water Foundation; the National Wildlife Federation; the Galveston Bay Foundation; the City of Sugar Land; Texas AWWA; and Woodlands Joint Powers Agency.
When: March 9, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Where: United Way Community Resource Center, 50 Waugh Drive, Houston
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