The University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center is excited to open registration for the 2021 Annual WRRC Conference, Tribal Water Resilience in a Changing Environment. Held virtually over three days, August 30-September 1, the program will offer information, diverse perspectives, networking, and much more.
As a supplement to our annual conference, Tribal Water Resilience in a Changing Environment, the UArizona Water Resources Research Center (WRRC) is presenting a pre-conference webinar: “Tribal Water Rights and Settlements.” Please join us to hear water law and tribal attorneys Margaret Vick and Robyn Interpreter, and Director of the Tribal Justice Clinic and Professor of Practice at the University of Arizona, Heather Whiteman Runs Him, discuss Indian water rights and settlements.
The Arizona Project WET (APW) team searched far and wide for the best new director for its program and realized in the end that they didn't need to search far. APW is thrilled to announce that Holly Thomas-Hilburn has been selected to lead APW into the future via her new role as its Director!