What: NGWA Virtual Groundwater and Public Health Symposium
When: December 7, 2020
Groundwater’s role in public health may be at highest point of public visibility and knowledge in the last 20 years. The continued threat of the PFAS contamination, ongoing drought conditions, and other emerging threats have proven to be key issues of public concern and calls to action. It is vital then for us all to keep up-to-date on the latest science, technology, and policies that will impacting groundwater’s role in public health.
This symposium, NGWA Virtual Groundwater and Public Health— led by William Alley, Ph.D., Steven Wilson, Karen Kinsella, Ph.D., Michael J. Schnieders, PG, PH-GW, John Farner, Curtis Cooper, Ph.D., Flint Hall, and Sara Brock — is designed to share fundamental information about the groundwater resource, residential well construction and maintenance, and current issues of public concern.
Whether you are a long-time public health professional, groundwater scientist, water well contractor, or simply a private well owner, this symposium promises to be an educational and productive experience that you will be able reference for years to come.
Those registered by November 15 will be eligible for the drawing for a free Awesome Aquifer Kit!