Ride the WAVE: Leading the Future of Water

As the InFLOW Program kicks off a new year, it does so with a new name. We are thrilled to introduce the WAVE Program: Leading the Future of Water. The 2023 cohort of 15 students may be the first to participate with the new name, but they will experience the same great program that PNCWA has honed over the last several years.  
Learn more about the history of InFLOW and the future of WAVE

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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

Stormwater Learning Hour on February 22, 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.

BriitaPajunas and Maura Olivos from Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District will present on conservation work in the Tualatin Basin including urban stream restoration, residential stormwater retrofit projects, and larger projects supported through the TREE Grant program. 

Cascade To Coast Short School in Albany, OR, February 28-March 2

The Cascade to Coast Subsection of the Pacific Northwest Section of AWWA and the West Central Operator Section of the PNCWA are pleased to announce that they are once again offering a strong, affordable educational conference.  2.0 CEU's have been approved for both Water and Wastewater Operations. 

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