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In 1996, a cross-section of stakeholders came together in Pittsburgh for the very first federally co-sponsored National Brownfields Training Conference. Now join National Brownfields Conference as we celebrate the 19th event from September 27th–30th, 2021, in Oklahoma City, OK at the Oklahoma City Convention Center!
Cosponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the National Brownfields Training Conference is the largest gathering of stakeholders focused on cleaning up and reusing formerly utilized commercial and industrial properties. Mark your calendars for three days of training, networking, and business development!
A clear vision for the future starts with innovative thinking and strategic planning. It requires an understanding of where we’ve come from and a shared line of sight to where we need to be. The Water for Texas 20/20 conference will bring together industry experts, visionaries, and innovators from around the state and country. Join Water Texas Development for panels, keynote speakers, networking, and conversations that help us map our future.
The future of Texas is water.
Topics Will Include:
- Water science and technology
- Drought and flood
- Innovative solutions to water challenges
- Texas water policy
- Communications strategies
Who Should Attend?
All those in the water industry, including utilities, engineers, river authorities, bond counsels, financial advisors, scientists, and floodplain administrators, as well as local and regional representatives and elected officials and staff.