Water School: Essential resources for local officials

Carlisle Wortman Associates, water school, michigan, elected officialsElected and appointed officials will learn what they can do to protect Michigan’s blue economy by attending Water School, a two-day workshop May 13-14 in Ann Arbor conducted by Michigan State University Extension and hosted by the Huron River Watershed Council. Information

Water School will offer in-class presentations, interactive learning demonstrations and a field tour. The program will cover water quantity and quality; economics, finance and planning, and water policy issues.

The registration fee of $175 includes materials and a continental breakfast both days.

The program will be offered again September 26-27 in Northville, hosted by the Rouge River Watershed Council.