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Event: Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium

The Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium, focused on trends in water efficiency, will be held in Austin on Feb. 2 at the Canyon View Event Center.

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What: The Central Texas Water Conservation Symposium, titled "Conservation Works! Building Programs From Simple to Sophisticated"

Subjects include: national trends in water efficiency; tracking water conservation program success; building water conservation programs that last; designing drought tolerant landscapes; using software-based water conservation tools; and developing effective rainwater harvesting programs.

Who: Speakers include Mary Ann Dickinson, Alliance for Water Efficiency; Jennifer Walker, Sierra Club; Robert Stefani, Austin Water; Chris Maxwell-Gaines, American Rainwater Catchment systems Association; Jeff Tejral, Denver Water; Dotty Woodson, Texas Agrilife; Jonathan Kleinman, Aiqueous; and Karen Guz, SAWS.

Sponsors include Aqua Water Supply; Austin Area Research Organization; Austin Board of REALTORS; Austin Water; Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District Capital Area Suburban Exchange; City of Cedar Park; City of Pflugerville; City of Round Rock; City of San Marcos; Lower Colorado River Authority; Sierra Club, Lone Star Chapter; Texas AWWA; and Texas Water Foundation.

When: Thursday, Feb. 2

Where: Canyon View Event Center, 4800 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

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