2019 Environmental Symposium

May 8, 2019; 8am – 330pm; more information to be added soon     Attendance fees: International Member – $35 Non-International/Local Participant – $40 Student – $10 $10 will be added at the door if not pre-registered   Sponsorship: Gold – $200: Fee includes logo on the website announcing the symposium and banner at the […]

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April Newsletter

Speaker Lerrin Johnson TPWD  Presentation Topic: Threatened and endangered species along the Texas Gulf Coast  Speaker Bio: Lerrin Johnson  is a native of Aransas Pass Texas, where she has been stationed as a Game Warden  for 7 years. Lerrin attended Texas A&M-Corpus Christi where she received her Bachelor of Science-Biology degree. After completing college Lerrin attended the […]

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March Newsletter

Speaker Ronald T. Green, Ph.D., P.G. Southwest Research Institute Presentation Topic: Using Remote-Sensed Data to Improve Recharge Estimates The water resources of arid and semi-arid landscapes face growing challenges due to increased demand of a finite resource. Improved resource management requires expanded data, enhanced conceptual models, and improved analytical and numerical tools to succeed. The use […]

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February Newsletter

Erich Birch, J.D., P.E. Birch, Becker, & Moorman, L.L.P. Registration Presentation Topic: Superfund – Is it time for a change? Brief description of speech: The federal Superfund statute is now nearly 40 years old and this presentation provides a summary of Superfund’s goals, history, and current status, leading up to the thought-provoking question of whether this […]

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January Newsletter

Mr. Steven Dean Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. and Mr. Kerry Averyt San Antonio River Authority PRESENTATION TOPIC: San Pedro Creek Culture Park Update The park is described as a living and breathing park that combines culture, nature, and art.  This presentation will discuss what was completed at the park for the 300th Anniversary for the City of […]

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November Newsletter

Nefi M. Garza, PE COSA Transportation & Capital Improvements PRESENTATION TOPIC: Upcoming Atlas 14 Precipitation Frequency Estimates & Impact to Bexar County Register here. Letter from the Chair AWMA Alamo Chapter Members, By the time I write my last “Letter from the Chair” next month, we should have a newly elected AWMA Alamo Chapter Board.  Per our Alamo […]

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October Newsletter

October Luncheon – The Witte Museum presents: Explore Texas STEM at the Witte! Join STEM Education Manager Sarah Rowley and Curator of Texas Wild Helen Holdsworth as they share the exciting science, technology, engineering and math  (STEM) programs offered at the Witte Museum. Find out how a visit to the Witte is a transformative STEM […]

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September 2018 Newsletter

PRESENTATION TOPIC: SA Climate Ready: A Climate Action and Adaptation Plan for San Antonio Register Here Biographies: Lisa Lin is the Climate Program Manager for the City of San Antonio’s Office of Sustainability, where she oversees project development and coordination for the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (SA Climate Ready). Her previous roles include launching […]

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