Join us in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah, for the AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference and take part in a technical program with a depth and scope that has earned a reputation as one of the most diverse and inclusive conferences in water resources management.
Praised by attendees year-after-year, AWRA's Annual Conference is an immersive experience, providing attendees with innovative, practical, and applied water resource management solutions, management techniques, and current research. Attendees will hear:
- lessons learned from the implementation of multidisciplinary projects,
- best practices discovered in the design and application of water resource management,
- implications of water policy decisions, and
- research into current and emerging issue.
Hosted by AWRA's Utah State Section, the conference also promises to provide
multiple opportunities to explore and appreciate the unique water
resource aspects of this beautiful city and state.
Call for Topical Sessions and Workshops Deadline: April 8, 2019
Call for Abstracts Deadline: May 6, 2019
Call for Student Papers/Posters Deadline: June 6, 2019
Now! Registration Rate/Super Saver: $595.00 for Members
Super Saver deadline: September 3, 2019
Early Registration deadline: October 15, 2019
Super Saver - by 9/03 Early Bird – after 9/03 On-Site – after 10/15
Member / Non-Member Member / Non-Member Member / Non-Member
Full Registration $595 / $745 $695 / $845 $795 / $945
One day Registration $300 / $450 $350 / $500 $400 / $550
Student Registration $250 / $300 $300 / $350 $350 / $400
Note: If you do not already have an AWRA account you will need to
create one prior to registration. If you have an AWRA account, please
log in to register. Super Saver rates are non-refundable.
Registration for the Annual Conference Field Trips is opening soon. Attendees can tour the Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL), one of the most well respected facilities of its kind, or visit the Wasatch Drain Tunnel to learn about its water storage and treatment systems for Snowbird Ski Resort and Little Cottonwood Canyon.