NHDES will hold its 2021 Drinking Water Source Protection Conference on Wednesday May 19 (9 AM to 2:30 PM) and Thursday, May 20 (9 AM to 3 PM) online. This year’s virtual conference will feature roundtable discussions and presentations on:
- Climate impacts affecting public water systems such as drought and flooding, and how to manage, adapt or mitigate these impacts.
- Results of a statewide public health study concerning human exposure to metals, pesticides and emerging contaminants found in drinking water.
- Examples of how to use federal and state dollars to conserve critical water supply lands.
- Public education: The keys to ensuring your message is compelling and effective.
The conference fee is $35 for both days. REGISTER for the event at the American Ground Water Trust website. (Click on “Events.”) The closing date for registration is May 18, 2021.