Apply Now for Adopt-A-School Funding

Do you know educators or students who are working toward water science and career-connected education goals? The Adopt-A-School program was established to support stormwater and wastewater education, involvement, and restoration activities by K-12th grade students in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. The average project funding level is $500 per application, and funding supports field learning activities, lab equipment, native plants, and more. If you’re a teacher, school, or school district, you can apply!

PNCWA is now accepting applications through January 14, 2023. Learn more and apply at

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Government Affairs Updates

gov't updateWant to stay updated on regulatory changes in the PNW but don't have time to track all the different agencies? You don't have to! The PNCWA Government Affairs Committee stays on top of issues and gives monthly updates in the PNCWA digest. Click here to view the collection of recent regulatory updates including important information on PFAS.

Save the Date, More Details Coming Soon

PFAS Webinar on January 19 at 1-3 p.m. PST
The combined Resource Recovery, Sustainability, and Biosolids Committee is partnering with the Government Affairs Committee to host a webinar featuring Jason Condor with Geosyntec Consultants presenting “Environmental Risk Considerations for Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Biosolids.”

Stormwater Learning Hour on January 25 at 12 p.m. PST
John Cook from Vigor will present on the Harbor Island restoration project, which will provide critical habitats for many species, including threatened and endangered salmon at the Harbor Island site on the Lower Duwamish River.

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