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Southeast Alabama Water Symposium in Dothan

by Katie Shaddix last modified August 08, 2013 11:48 AM
What Workshop
When August 08, 2013
from 08:30 am to 04:00 pm
Where Troy University Dothan Campus, Thomas Harrison Room in Malone Hall, 500 University Dr, Dothan, AL 36304
Contact Name Adam Johnston
Contact Email
Contact Phone 877-862-5260
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We need YOU at the Alabama Water Policy Symposium!

This symposium is one of a series being held statewide to gather stakeholder input into the ongoing efforts to develop a comprehensive water management plan for our state. Each symposium concentrates on a specific water management theme. All Alabama citizens, stakeholders, and elected officials who want their voices heard in the discussion and development of a comprehensive water management plan should attend. Now that the governor has taken leadership and put this process into motion with the formation of his Alabama Water Agencies Working Group (AWAWG), we, as concerned citizens, have a responsibility to play our part.

 

Online Registration is now closed.

 

Tentative Agenda

8:30   Registration 

Morning Moderator : Barbara Gibson, Executive Director, Choctawhatchee, Pea, and Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority

9:00  Welcome – Dr. Judson Edwards, Dean, Sorrell College of Business, Troy University

9:10  Keynote: Water Issues in the Wiregrass – Mayor Mike Schmitz, Mayor, Dothan, Alabama (invited)

9:30  Symposium Overview and Goals – Mitch Reid, Program Director, Alabama Rivers Alliance

9:45  Overview of the AWAWG Efforts – Dr. Bennett Bearden, Chair of AWAWG, the Alabama Water Agencies Working Group

11:00 Role and Expectations of the Permanent Joint Legislative Committee on Water Policy and Management – Representative Alan Boothe (invited)

11:30  Question and Answer Session with members of AWAWG and the Water Committee

12:00  Lunch – Sponsored by Troy University

          Roundtable discussions and production of comments and questions for the afternoon session

Afternoon Moderator: Cindy Lowry, Executive Director, Alabama Rivers Alliance

1:00   Water Rights and the Public Use – Speaker invited

1:30   Water Surveys– Marlon Cook, Geological Survey of Alabama

2:15   Groundwater and Agriculture – Woody Hicks, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, Georgia

3:00   Round Robin Discussion: introduction of stakeholders and issue

3:30   Comments, Questions, and Feedback for moving forward

4:00   Door prizes 

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