Water Week 2018: April 15-21


Water Week 2017 was Made Possible by the Following Organizations. Thank You!

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About Water Week 2017

The Water Sector Unites to Elevate Water as a National Priority
Water Week 2017 communicated the value of water to environmental protection, to economic development and to job creation – and inspire action.

As crises like the water contamination disaster in Flint, Michigan remain in the headlines, water as a nonpartisan issue continues to grow as both a governing priority – occupying a more prominent place in the national policy agenda – and in general awareness. The recent passage of Water Resources Development Act (WRDA)—renamed the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act – and signals by President Trump’s administration regarding investment in infrastructure, indicate that the nation’s most important natural resource will gain even more prominence in 2017 making the strong, unified voice for water and the potential policy-shaping grassroots energy embodied by Water Week 2017 more important now than ever.