Confluence Connects - Groundwater Workshop
July 17, 2018
Workshop, 1 PM - 5 PM, Networking, 5PM-7:30PM
Russ Research Center, 2642 Indian Ripple Rd., Beavercreek, OH 45440
Over 50% of the United States population depends on groundwater for drinking water. Groundwater is also one of our most important sources of water for irrigation. Unfortunately, groundwater is susceptible to pollutants.
One of our region's greatest assets is the Great Miami Buried Valley Aquifer, which stores approximately 1.5 trillion gallons of water and was designated a Sole Source Aquifer in 1988.
Our proactive, regional leaders in government, business and community have set the standard in source water protection. The challenges in protecting our groundwater are unrelenting.
Join us on July 17 to hear top experts from universities, government and private sector lay out the emerging challenges in groundwater and collaborations being organized around developing technology solutions.
The event is open to vendors, utilities, researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, government officials, investors, universities and all Confluence stakeholders.
Food and beverage will be provided.
Please mark your calendars. More to come.
"Water is the driving force of all nature."
Leonardo da Vinci
Contact: Melinda Kruyer, Executive Director, D: 513-755-1818, C: 513-479-8905, firstname.lastname@example.org