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Bringing Water to Life Webinar Series by the Irrigation Association
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5/18/2017 to 7/13/2017
When: May 18; June 8, 20, 29; July 13
Where: At your Computer
United States
Contact: Irrigation Association
703.536.7080

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The Irrigation Association is once again offering the popular Bringing Water to Life webinar series. If you are interested in gaining insight on issues affecting irrigated agriculture and landscapes, this series is for you. Webinars are scheduled for the following dates May 18, June 8, June 20, June 19 and July 13.

During each of the five webinars you will hear from industry experts focusing on the benefits of irrigation and water management. In addition to having access to these experts, participants will earn continuing education units toward their IA certification. These webinars are free to attend.

 

The following webinars will be broadcast live via the internet and later available on the Irrigation Association YouTube channel.

 

Click here for more information and to register to attend.

The Plant Something Initiative
May 18, 2017
2:00 p.m. Eastern
A world without trees and plants — imagine that! Plant Something is a consumer-focused nationwide initiative to promote the value of landscape plants. This webinar will be led by Cheryl Goar, executive director of the Arizona Nursery Association, who will discuss the campaign and what it means for the irrigation industry. Participants earn 0.5 CEU.

Agricultural Irrigation in the Mississippi River Basin 
June 8, 2017
2:00 p.m. Eastern
While California and Nebraska drive a lot of the news in the irrigation industry, the Mississippi River Basin is home to a large amount of irrigated acreage. What are the current trends and issues facing irrigated agriculture in this area? Kurt Readus, the state conservationist for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, will lead this webinar and discussion. Participants earn one CEU.

WaterSense & SWAT — What’s the Difference?
June 20, 2017
2:00 p.m. Eastern
Promoting water-use efficiency in the landscape continues to be a core value and goal for both the EPA’s WaterSense program and the Smart Water Application Technologies Initiative, or SWAT. So, what’s the difference between the two programs? How can water providers take advantage of what both have to offer? This webinar, held in partnership with the Alliance for Water Efficiency, explores the two programs and what each has to offer. This webinar will be led by Veronica Blette, chief of the WaterSense program, and Robert Reaves, CLIA, CIT, water conservation coordinator for Oklahoma City Utilities. Participants earn one CEU.

Telling a Positive Story About Irrigated Agriculture
June 29, 2017
2:00 p.m. Eastern
The Central Oregon Irrigation District faces many challenges regarding the value of irrigated agriculture. In order to change public opinion about irrigated ag in their area, the COID developed a multitiered marketing campaign focusing on social media and public involvement. ShanRae Hawkins, founder of Stingray Communications, will discuss the campaign that she developed, detailing its challenges and successes. Participants earn 0.5 CEU.

Water Infrastructure in America — Challenges & Opportunities for Irrigated Agriculture
July 13, 2017
2:00 p.m. Eastern
Infrastructure is a hot topic throughout the United States following last year’s presidential election. What are the opportunities for irrigated agriculture and water infrastructure investment? Dan Keppen, executive director of the Family Farm Alliance, and Laura Ziemer, senior counsel and water policy advisor for Trout Unlimited, will explore opportunities and discuss the role irrigated ag will play in any future infrastructure investments. Participants earn 0.5 CEU.

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