Two Free Seminars on Water Issues in Oklahoma Planned October 2 and 4 at SWOSU
Two free seminars on Oklahoma water issues is this Tuesday and Thursday, October 2 and 4, from 6-8 p.m. at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford.
The seminars are part of SWOSU Continuing Education programs that focus on exploring issues regarding water issues in Oklahoma. The lineup for this week includes:
- October 2: “Water: The Basics Plus Current Oil & Gas Related Issues,” Speakers Mart Tisdal and Patrick O’Hara Jr., attorneys-at-law, Tisdal & O’Hara PLLC; and “Conservation and Water—Keeping it Around and Keeping Safe,” Speaker Clay Pope, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts
- October 4:“Choctaw/Chickasaw Regional Water Plan”, Speaker Duane Smith, former Executive Director of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and consultant for the Chickasaw and Choctaw Tribes
The talks will be in the SWOSU Conference Center, located at the corner of Seventh and Davis Streets in Weatherford. Admission is free.
The first seminar featured Oklahoma Water Resources Board Executive Director J. D. Strong who talked on “Water for 2060….and Beyond.”
For additional information, please contact the SWOSU Office of Sponsored Programs at 580.774.7010 or email@example.com.