We will be hosting periodic seminars, modeling workshops, stream clean-up and restoration volunteering events, as well as our regular club and committee meetings. Join our mailing list (below) or check back here for updates.
We meet every other Thursday at 5:30 pm Pacific, via Zoom. Our next club meeting March 25. This week Philip Moffatt introduces his research on tracing local and regional hydrology through stable isotopes. Register for our meetings here. Also look for us on Coug Presence.
The Water Resources Club would like contributions of water-inspired art pieces to auction at the end-of-the-semester fundraiser event. Do you like to make art? Do you know anyone who would be interested? Spread the word and fill out this form by April 2 (or thereabouts). You receive 50% of the proceeds from your art piece! (And you set the bid and buy prices!)
On Tuesday, April 13, 5:30 pm, WSU Professor Dr. Kara Whitman presents, 'Can't we all just get along? Complex Environmental Problem Solving: Navigating conflict through collaborative process.' By Zoom, register here.
On Thursday, April 15 at 5:30 pm, WSU Professor of Art Dennis DeHart presents, 'Confluences: Circumnavigating the Snake River.' By Zoom, register here.
On Tuesday, March 30 at 5:30 pm, a panel of professional engineers addresses questions of what it is like to work in the industry of water resources and tips for landing your first job or internship. By Zoom, register here.
For Earth Week, on Wednesday April 21 from 4 pm to 5:30 pm, expert panelists from State policy, fisheries, tribes, irrigation districts, and academia will answer questions about WA instream flows and how we can meet environmental and human water needs. More info to come.
At the end of the semester, on the evening of Friday, April 30, we will have a virtual fundraiser and student art auction! Please check back for more exciting info about this event.