Take a Stand for Clean Water at the National Water Policy Forum & Fly-In

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Take a stand for clean water and share your perspective on federal clean water policy April 7–9 at the National Water Policy Forum & Fly-In in Washington, D.C.

The event — hosted by the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.), Water Environment Research Foundation (Alexandria, Va.), and National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA; Washington, D.C.) — brings together professionals from across the country to meet directly with congressional representatives on Capitol Hill.

WEF member Curtis Smalley, fourth from left, attends a meeting with a Texas congressional representative during the 2013 Water Matters! Fly-In. Photo courtesy of Curtis Smalley.

WEF member Curtis Smalley, fourth from left, attends a meeting with a Texas congressional representative during the 2013 Water Matters! Fly-In. Photo courtesy of Curtis Smalley.

Last year, 172 WEF members and other sector professionals participated. Read about the 2013 event in the WEF Highlights article “Presenting One Voice for Water on Capitol Hill.”

This year’s event will be a part of World Water Week 2014. The Water Infrastructure & Innovation Expo also will be a part of World Water Week and will be open to Fly-In registrants. The expo will feature booths and displays by water associations, federal agencies, foundations, technology innovation organizations, and engineering firms.

Registration fees will be $250. Register and find additional details on NACWA’s National Water Policy Forum & Fly In website. For more information contact Steve Dye at sdye@wef.org.

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