When and Where
Salem, Willamette University (Cat Cavern)
November 14, 8am-4pm

What It Is
Participants in this workshop will help state agencies and other water stakeholders better understand key water management decisions and the data upon which they are based. Examples include current infrastructure conditions, water availability, and how to pay for infrastructure improvements over time. Participants may also articulate information gaps and how they might be filled in order to contribute to great water decisions. After all, making great decisions comes from having good information. 

Who It’s For
People who regularly access and use water data to make decisions about built and natural water infrastructure. Examples :

- Drinking water or wastewater utility planner
- Nonprofit analyst
- Farmer or irrigation district
- Tribal fisheries biologist
- Water consultant
- Or any other community leaders!

Please fill out the information below to register for the community conversation.

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* 1. Name (as you want it appearing on a name tag)

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* 2. Which organization are you affiliated with?

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* 3. Email contact (So we can send you agenda and materials soon)

We want to make it easy to participate. We have a bit of budget for stipends to offset travel, provide translation, and provide childcare. Not all translation or childcare may be available everywhere, but we'll do our best. Similarly, we may not be able to get stipends for everyone, but we'll do our best.

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* 4. Lunch will be provided. Do you have any dietary restrictions? If so, please indicate below.

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* 5. Will you need translation services? If so, please indicate the language below.

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* 6. Will you need childcare?

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* 7. Are you interested in a stipend to offset travel costs? Please provide a mailing address at registration on the 14th. We will send you a check after the event.

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* 8. Tell us in a few sentences what you hope to get from this conversation and why it’s important for you and others to be there.

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