2016-2017 Executive Board:
Idaho State Section Members
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Haley & Aldrich
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Movie Night at the Flicks
Tickets can be ordered from IDAWRA@gmail.com or bought at the Flicks.
In support of Treasure Valley Engineers Without Borders-USA project to provide clean drinking water to the people of Villa América, Peru.
Sunday, July 23, 2017
The Flicks (646 Fulton St., Boise Idaho)
Tickets cost $10
For more information on the IDAWRA: http://state.awra.org/idaho/.
Feature film: "Our Local Epic: The story of protecting the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River",
Steeped in the lore of Chief Joseph’s escape from pursuing cavalry, the place was believed to be impassible. Adventurous kayakers began exploring the depths of the canyon as development projects were proposed to change the river forever. Unlikely alliances, the intertwining of different lives, and the work of one tireless man succeeded in protecting this National treasure. Starring Yvon Chouinard, Lamar Empey, Rob Lesser, Mick Hopkinson, and Aaron Pruzan.
The Wild President
From NRS Films: President Jimmy Carter grew up in awe of nature's wonder. But it wasn't until he first paddled the Chattooga River that he understood the power and majesty of a wild, free-flowing stream. The Wild President tells the story of Carter's pioneering tandem-canoe descent of Bull Sluice Rapid and how the experience transformed his life and politics. In 1974, Carter successfully pushed to designate 57 miles of the Chattooga as Wild & Scenic, permanently protecting it from development and dams.
In Love with Frank
This is a love story with a wild place: tributaries of Idaho's Middle Fork of the Salmon River: Rapid River, Loon Creek and Camas Creek. Middle Fork guides Seth Dahl, Todd Richey and Mike Bond explore and discuss how wilderness, kayaking, and the guide lifestyle has, and will continue to, shape their lives.
Freshwater Fueling Your Every Adventure
What do paddling a kayak, fly fishing, and deep powder turns all have in common? Freshwater.
The Freshwater Trust teamed up with outdoor apparel company TREW Gear to create a new video creatively showing that freshwater indeed fuels every adventure.
Renew or join now for April 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018:
Click here to join ID AWRA or to renew your membership.
Annual individual Section membership fee: $20
Annual student Section membership fee: $ 5
Annual corporate/institution groups Section membership fee (Memberships for up
to 5 members of group are included. Groups are named on ID-AWRA webpages
and programs and have the opportunity to display information at meetings) :
Additional corporate/institutional group member: $ 15
Who is the AWRA?
The AWRA is dedicated to the advancement of water resources management, research, and education. Members represent a community of water professionals with diverse backgrounds, but they share engagement in solving some of the toughest water resources challenges.
Activities include evening networking dinners with presentations on water-resources topics, field trips, and networking luncheons.
Membership in national AWRA is not required to join ID AWRA.
IDAWRA provides a common forum in which professionals in water resources can exchange ideas pertaining to all aspects of water resources research and management by:
- promoting research and technological, social, economic, and legislative advances;
- collecting and disseminating information, knowledge, and data;
- relating the needs of management, educational institutions, and governmental agencies for specialized services and guidance to qualified professionals and consultants;
- opening up and maintaining lines of communication between members of this Section and the public;
- promoting the rational and objective protection, development, utilization, and management of water resources;
- cooperating with others concerned with water resources; and
- promoting the multidisciplinary objectives of the AWRA.
Idaho State Section By-Laws
Presentation: Water Quality Goals in Collision: CERCLA v CWA, aka: The Uncertain Case of Zinc in the Coeur d’Alene
May 4, 2017
Dr. Mark Solomon, Interim Director of the Idaho Water Resources Research Institute (IWRRI)
Presentation: Implementing Private Managed Aquifer Recharge in Idaho
March 9, 2017
Dr. David R. Tuthill, Jr., Idaho Water Engineering, LLC
Presentation: IWRB’s ESPA Managed Recharge Program
February 16, 2017
Speaker: Wesley Hipke, IDWR, Recharge Program Manager
Presentation: "Groundwater-flow model for the Wood River Valley aquifer system, south-central Idaho"
February 1, 2017
Speaker: Dr. James R. Bartolino, U.S. Geological Survey
Presentation: "The First Producing Petroleum Field In Idaho’s History—What We Know, What We Want To Know, And What We May Never Know"
November 16, 2017
Speaker: Dr. Renee L. Breedlovestrout, Idaho Geological Survey
Presentation: "Treasure Valley Engineers Without Borders: Clean Water for Villa America"
May 27, 2016
Kiersten Lee, MWH Global
Patrick Naylor, Naylor Engineering & Science, PLLC
Presentation: "Snake River Stewardship Program"
April 21, 2016
Christy Meyer, The Freshwater Trust
Stacey Baczkowski, Idaho Power
Annual Luncheon Meeting "Esther Simplot Park - Innovative stormwater and flood protection"
April 14, 2016
Speaker: John Tensen, City Engineer, City of Boise
Site Visit: Andrew Pharis, McMillen Jacobs Engineering
ID AWRA 2009-2010 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2010-2011 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2011-2012 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2012-2013 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2013-2014 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2014-2015 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2015-2016 Annual Report
ID AWRA 2016-2017 Annual Report