Final Agenda Set for Next Generation Water Summit 2022
The Next Generation Water Summit brings together professionals in the water conservation field to share best practices and learn about innovative conservation and reuse techniques.
The agenda for the Next Generation Water Summit (NGWS) boasts multiple, concurrent tracks each day featuring national speakers and topics. Friday will also feature a track devoted to New Mexico-centric issues. The event is May 19-21 in Santa Fe, N.M.
Two national tracks will take place on Thursday, May 19, immediately after the opening keynote by Robert Glennon. Thursday’s highlights include:
- “COVID: The Growth Boom and Its Impact on Water” with Brian Schmidt, Senior Economist for the Portland Cement Association, and Brian Richter, Author and Professor at the University of Virginia
- “Water Use in Cannabis Operations” with Ben Lewinger, Executive Director of the New Mexico Cannabis Chamber of Commerce
Friday, May 20, will feature three concurrent tracks; two national and one focusing on New Mexico. In addition to multiple case studies presented throughout the day, registrants can also attend:
- “State of Graywater in the West” with Laura Allen, Author and Co-Founder of Graywater Action and Doug Pushard, Executive Director of Kuelwater and founder of HarvestH2o
- “Potable Rainwater Design Requirements” with David Crawford, Owner of Rainwater Management Solutions
The 2022 NGWS will be held on the same virtual conference platform as last year. Attendees will be able to view live and recorded sessions, visit a virtual exhibit hall and network with fellow attendees from across the country.
Registration is only $99 for the entire event. To register or for more information, please visit www.NextGenerationWaterSummit.com.
Hosts of the Next Generation Water Summit are the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce; Green Builder® Coalition; City of Santa Fe; KUELwater and the Santa Fe Area Homebuilder’s Association. The title partner for this year’s NGWS is PNM, in support with AVANGRID. The education partner is Santa Fe Community College, and the national media partner is Green Builder Media.