Join the Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable (SWRR) as we meet in New Orleans to discuss how restoration of natural systems relates to resilience in communities.
The Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable (SWRR) is a Federal advisory committee that is a subgroup of the Advisory Committee for Water Information (ACWI) created by the Federal Advisory Committee Act of 1972. SWRR meets in Washington DC at least once a year and goes to other locations in the US at least once a year. For more information about SWRR visit the linked site or click here for a SWRR brochure. For this meeting, The Water Institute of the Gulf, Tulane University and Florida Earth Foundation host SWRR's first meeting in New Orleans.
Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
From Restoration to Resilience:
Sustainable Water Resources from a Functioning Ecosystem
Thursday, May 25
Friday, May 26
1. Restoration using Natural Systems - Tyler Ortego, CEO, ORA Estuaries
11:00 AM Break
4:00 PM Breakout session reports and follow-up assignments
Tulane University School of Law
Rand Center for the Gulf States
eRotary Coastal Club