Join civic and utility leaders from across the country for a conversation on how cultivating a sustainable water supply is critical to maintaining growth and economic success in our rural and urban areas. Learn how cities have dealt with water scarcity, infrastructure needs and how proactive planning can lead to long term solutions.
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens
6500 S New Hope Road
Belmont, NC 28012
Richard Whisnant, Professor of Public Law & Government at UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Government. Mr. Whisnant will lead us in a deep dive into the history and politics of North Carolina’s water resource planning policies.
Additional speakers to be announced soon!
Breakfast, lunch and happy hour
$35 registration fee
Belmont, Camden, Catawba River Water Treatment Plant (Union County/Lancaster County Water and Sewer District), Charlotte Water, Chester Metropolitan District, Duke Energy Carolinas, Gastonia(Two Rivers Utilities), Granite Falls, Hickory, Lenoir, Lincoln County, Long View, Lugoff-Elgin Water Authority, Mooresville, Morganton, Mount Holly, Rock Hill, Statesville, Valdese