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UTA Institute for Sustainability and Global Impact: North Texas Regional Water Conservation Symposium - Arlington

  • University of Texas at Arlington 300 W. First St. E.H. Hereford University Center, Bluebonnet Ballroom Arlington , TX (map)

 

The 11th Annual North Texas Regional Water Conservation Symposium will be held at University of Texas at Arlington. The morning speaker lineup includes, George S. Hawkins, Esq, CEO and general manager of D.C. Water, sharing his passion for the water industry and drive to create future water leaders. WFAA, Channel 8, Weather’s Colleen Coyle will give her perspective on our current weather conditions and Eric Eckl, founder of Water Words That Work will round out the morning by providing insight on communicating effectively.

After lunch the format changes gears to short, powerful, thought-provoking presentations: WaterTalks. Presenters include: Tom Gooch, Freese and Nichols; Vinny Minchillo, Glass House Strategies; Brooke Goggans, Mosaic Strategy Partners; Jason Gehrig, TRWD; Lori De La Cruz, Mountain View College; Lee J. Colan, Ph.D, The L Group and Della Faye, speaker/author.  

Two great optional activities have been added this year to go along with the symposium. Take a look at the details for the Water Words That Work Workshop and the evening networking event that follows. Pick one or both. Either way, register early, space is limited.

Hotel Reservations:

Note: A block of rooms at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel have been reserved for Symposium and workshop attendees. Please visit the link below for pricing and availability.

Lunch Selection:

A buffet lunch will be served and includes, pulled pork with slider rolls, buttermilk fried chicken, baked beans, mac and cheese, fruit salad, coleslaw, cornbread and peach cobbler for dessert.

Looking for a vegetarian option? Use the 'contact us' below to make a request. 

Later Event: November 18
Early Morning Birding