March 4, 2016

Throughout the United States, efforts are underway to restore and maintain healthy watersheds and high water quality in our streams, rivers, lakes, and coastal waterways. These efforts are built on a common goal of one water stewardship for land and water that is shared by urban, suburban, and rural communities. This work is complicated and requires effective collaboration to forge sustainable, common ground objectives. This webinar will highlight successful examples of municipal and agriculture partnerships to address water quality and productivity concerns. The examples will highlight new approaches to inclusive one water management for the health of our nation’s water ways.


Radhika Fox, CEO, US Water Alliance

Featured Regional Case Studies:

  • Portland Metropolitan Area:
    • Bruce Roll, Director of Watershed Management, Clean Water Services
  • Madison, Wisconsin:
    • David Taylor, Director of Ecosystem Services, Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District
  • Cedar Rapids, Iowa:
    • Tariq P. Baloch, Water Utility Plant Manager, City of Cedar Rapids
    • Adam Kiel, Operations Manager Water Resources, Iowa Soybean Association
    • Keith Schilling, Ph.D. Iowa Geological Survey University of Iowa

This webinar is part of a monthly interactive forum for US Water Alliance members that cover hot topics in one water management, and provide an opportunity to engage with Alliance members on topics of common concern.