The Watershed Management Community develops and conducts activities to advance the understanding, planning, implementation, and use of watershed management tools and techniques to enhance the global water environment more effectively. The committee was established in 1997.
The community shall recommend, develop, and conduct activities to advance the understanding, planning, implementation, and use of watershed management tools and techniques to protect and enhance the global (one) water environment more effectively.
The community members consist of utility personnel, academia, government employees (federal, state, local), nongovernmental organizations employees, industry representatives, manufacturers, and consultants. The role of watershed management is growing in the face of changing regulatory requirements, global climate change, and regional watershed needs. As such, the Community is looking to grow in terms of membership numbers as well as in diversity of member backgrounds and experience.
Robert Martz, 2022 - 2024
Sabu Paul, 2022 - 2024
2nd Vice Chair
Rishab Mahajan, 2022 - 2024
Tel: 703-684-2400 ext. 7050
Community Activities and Tasks
To better accomplish its mission, the community shall coordinate and integrate its activities with other WEF communities that consider science and technologies relevant to watershed management, currently including:
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