About 90 people — citizens, scientists, policy-makers and water planners — attended a meeting of the Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable on Oct. 21-22, at the Gray Freshwater Center in Excelsior.
Participants heard presentations and discussed national and regional efforts to measure the sustainability of U.S. water supplies and efforts to clean up and protect the the Great Lakes and the Mississippi and other great rivers of the world.
The Roundtable is a national group of water experts that provides advice and information to a range of federal agencies. It is a working group of the federal Advisory Committee on Water Information.
View presentations from 20 speakers on pollution and sustainability.