DECEMBER 13-14, 2018

We are going to have some very exciting presentation topics this year!  One of our featured speakers, Christopher Manganiello, will be speaking about the history of water policy in the south!  He has even written a book on the topic!


Registration handled by the Georgia Association of  Water Professionals


The future Water Innovation Center, being developed by Gwinnett County (GA).  
Coming in 2021!  
A combined center for water-related research, technology development, 
public education, and training.

Confluence 2018......Get Ready to Blast Off!

Join us September 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in beautiful downtown Greenville, SC to help us celebrate 20 years of joint participation and open dialogue, reflecting on past successes and remembering the journey that got us where we are today.
Greenville’s visionary Mayor Knox White will lead our pre-conference workshop to reflect on (and visit) Greenville’s Watershed Parks Program. Our Keynote Speaker is Apollo astronaut Brigadier General (ret.) Charles Duke. As Lunar Module Pilot for Apollo 16 in 1972, he became the tenth and youngest person to walk on the moon. We can all learn about setting the stage for a better future through reflecting on General Duke’s experiences.
We have an action packed agenda this year and would love to see you at Confluence 2018!

The 2018 Confluence Conference will be held on September 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency hotel in beautiful Greenville, SC.  This year marks the 20th year that North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia have partnered together to collaborate on water issues affecting our region.

More details to come soon.

2018 Confluence Conference Committee Members

Thank you to all of the 2018 Confluence Conference Committee Members for putting together what will be a great conference. See you all there September 13th and 14th.

See our Membership Page and consider becoming involved next year.
Who should attend?  Anyone involved in the water resources community will benefit from this conference. This includes consultants, ecologists, economists, researchers, educators and students, utility managers, water law attorneys, legislative staff, hydrologists, geologists, engineers, planners, NGO's and community-based organizations.

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