Oklahoma Governor's Water Conference
The annual Governor's Water Conference attracts hundreds of water officials and citizens who share an avid interest in Oklahoma's water resources. Each year, the latest developments in water management and quality, infrastructure financing, and many other related issues are addressed by state, federal, and local experts. Recipients of the Oklahoma Water Pioneer Award are recognized during a special ceremony.
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2015 Conference Presentations
Conservation Loves a Crisis: Lessons from North America's Driest City
Water Loss Auditing: An Introduction
Maximizing Southwest Oklahoma's Water Supply Reliability
EWI Water Management Case Studies, Water Reuse & the Future
Reclaimed Water Reuse at Fort Sill, OK
Advancing Conservation Goals: The San Antonio Water Story
Making Potable Reuse a Reality Through Research-based Public Outreach and Engagement Tools
Gore/Sequoyah County RWD No. 5 Regionalization Project
Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Texas
Wichita's Equus Beds ASR Experience
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District
Drought-Proofing Oklahoma: Aqufier Storage Recovery (ASR)
Regionalization Success Stories
Oklahoma City's "Squeeze Every Drop" Conservation Campaign
Aquifer Storage and Recovery Challenges
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