Climate Impacts to Water: Managing the Uncertainties of Water Supply and Quality Conference

Please join us at the Climate Impacts to Water: Managing the Uncertainties of Water Supply and Quality Conference to be held at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson WA on January 25-26, 2017.


If you are interested in giving a presentation, please go to to view information about education tracks and specifics about submitting an abstract. Abstracts are due Dec 1, 2016.

Who Should Attend? Water users, water managers, researchers and innovators.

Focus The common theme will be creating a dialogue amongst the communities that use and value the region’s water supply within the context of a changing climate.

Expected outcomes

  • Improve your understanding about projected climate impacts on water accessibility in the PNW, and the impact of sustainable management decisions.
  • Create awareness of resources for adopting best management and water conservation strategies that operations more resilient to climate change, while minimizing environmental impact.
  • Build on the regional network of advisors and educators.
  • Encourage you to take the knowledge gained at the conference and promote adoption at the user level.


Registration Before  December 1, 2016 After  December 1, 2016 
Attendee – Full Conference $160 $215
Single-Day Attendee $100 $150
Student Attendee $100 $150

The meeting will be held at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, WA on the Columbia River, only 45 minutes from the Portland airport. The conference is open to anyone, and should be of interest to agricultural, environmental, tribal and municipal organizations, consultants, extension specialists, agricultural professionals, farmers/growers, NRCS staff, regulatory and policy staff, storm water managers research and irrigation district personnel. To register, submit an abstract, for more information or to sponsor this event, please visit:

For more information or questions, please contact:

Liz Whitefield
Outreach coordinator, PAS
Washington State University
Livestock Nutrient Management Program
Office: 253.445.4562
Cell: 401.741.6563