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GWPC Virtual Annual Forum Next Week!

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September 27-29, 2021

The 2021 GWPC Annual Forum is just around the corner, September 27-29

You can now view the updated fully virtual agenda online as well as presentation descriptions and presenter information.

Virtual Annual Forum Registration Includes:

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  • More than 24 hours of technical content focusing on key national groundwater issues 
  • Live Q&A  with presenters and in-session chat capability
  • Morning "meet ups" to network and discuss top issues faced by you and others in your field
  • Virtual Community that allows attendees to create their own virtual meet ups, share information & best practices, and connect to peers
  • Afternoon Virtual Happy Hour events to foster networking among attendees
  • Ability to view recorded content you missed for up to six months after the conference
  • Attendance certificates

 The GWPC is continuing to offer our Early Bird rate through the meeting. 

Please note, if you already have registered, you will be receiving an email Friday (tomorrow) with instructions on how to download the Whova conference app to access the conference. You can view the conference through a web browser or a mobile application.

Annual Forum Session Spotlight:

Virtual Field Trip: ASR Project in Provo Utah

For the past couple of years Barr Engineering has been helping the city of Provo, Utah, to develop a broad Aquifer Storage and Recovery Program. Declining groundwater levels and a population that is expected to double in the next 40 years has the city in high gear to establish a long-term sustainable water supply.

After identifying a number of potential sites and doing geophysical surveys, five sites were identified (3 infiltration and 2 injection sites). Working with the state regulators and the city, pilot studies have been completed at all 5 sites and final design is now being prepared.

This virtual field trip follows Jeff Davis, Barr Engineering, to two infiltration sites, Rock Canyon and Riverview Park. Rock Canyon sits on the east side of Provo in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. Pilot tests have been very favorable and the plan is to infiltrate up to 15,000 acre-feet per year of water into the aquifer. The other infiltration site visited is Riverview Park. This beautiful park is located in the middle of a neighborhood in Provo. Water infiltrated to the subsurface is coming directly from the Provo River. 

This session will be available to watch at any time during the conference. Attendees will be able to find it by clicking on the Virtual Field Trip session on the Wednesday tab in the Whova conference app. Please note, Jeff Davis will be available LIVE to answer questions about the projects in the Virtual Field Trip session's chat function in the app on Wednesday, Sept. 29 from 2 - 3 p.m. (Central).
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