Economics of

Managed Aquifer Recharge

A workshop sponsored by USDA’s Economic Research Service,

Washington, DC, June 26

Event Information

When: Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Where: 355 E Street SW, Patriots Plaza 3, First Floor, Washington, DC

Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) involves the intentional recharge (and storage) of water into an aquifer for subsequent recovery for agricultural and other uses or for environmental purposes (e.g., control of saltwater intrusion, land subsidence).

To learn more about the workshop, please see the current workshop statement.

 

Workshop Registration

Complete the registration form for on-site or remote access attendance. Registration for remote access attendance is necessary for the remote access link to be provided to you.

Workshop Details

ProgramSee the current program agenda.

Format: Presentations and group discussion

Sessions organized to provoke discussion, stimulate new ideas and research collaborations, and inform USDA conservation policy moving forward.

Cost: Free of charge. Lunch provided.

Remote Access: Sessions will be streamed via AdobeConnect.

 

Economic Research Service

The mission of USDA’s Economic Research Service is to anticipate trends and emerging issues in agriculture, food, the environment, and rural America and to conduct high-quality, objective economic research to inform and enhance public and private decision making.

University of Arkansas

The University of Arkansas is determined to build a better world by providing transformational opportunities and skills, promoting an inclusive and diverse culture, nurturing creativity, and solving problems through research and discovery, all in service to Arkansas.

Questions or Comments?

Please contact Dr. Kent Kovacs at kkovacs@uark.edu (479-575-2323) or Dr. Steven Wallander at wallander@ers.usda.gov (202-694-5546).