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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

National Program 211: Water Availability and Watershed Management
Customer Workshop
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Customer Workshop - Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Beltsville, MD

Please click on the title to open each file. 

 

Workshop Recording (mp4)

 

ARS Presentations

Mark Walbridge- USDA/ARS National Program 211: Water Availability & Watershed Management

Steve EvettEffective Water Management in Agriculture -Product Areas

Danny Marks- ARS Watershed Management/Ecosystem Services Research, pt.1

Wade Crow- ARS Watershed Management/Ecosystem Services Research, pt. 2

Susan Moran- ARS Watershed Management/Ecosystem Services Research, pt. 3

Peter Kleinman/Martin Locke- ARS Erosion, Sedimentation, and Water Quality Research

Mark Tomer/Jean Steiner- Improving Conservation Effectiveness

 

Customer/Stakeholder Presentations

John Farner, Irrigation AssociationWater Management Research: Perspective from the Irrigation Association

Dean Pennington, Yazoo Mississippi Delta Joint Water Management District- Water Supply And Watershed Management

Rob Sampson, USDA-NRCS-NRCS issues and research needs

Michael Strobel, USDA-NRCS- National Water and Climate Center Snow Survey and Water Supply Forecasting Program and SCAN

Robert Terault, USDA-FAS- USDA Foreign Agricultural Service International ProductionAssessment

Nick Dokoozlian, EJ Gallo Winery- Horticultural Research

Michael Hayes, National Drought Mitigation Center - A Drought Perspective: Comments from the National Drought Mitigation Center

Norm Widman, USDA-NRCS- NRCS Research and Technology Needs:  Water Availability and Watershed Management "Agronomic Perspective"

Tom Nolan, USGS-  USGS Water Quality Research -National Water Quality Assessment Program

Kathy Boomer, The Nature Conservancy- Customer/Stakeholder Concerns

Jim Gulliford, Soil and Water Conservation Society- Restoring Soil Resources

Lisa Duriancik, USDA-NRCS-Priorities for Watershed Assessment and Science in the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP)

 

 


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