Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts is launching a series of technical trainings intended for groundwater conservation district staff, board members, and the general public interested in strengthening their knowledge of groundwater management in Texas.
March 14, 2017 at the Hildebrand Equine Complex, 3240 F and B Rd, Room A, College Station, TX 77843
'Getting Deep: Water Wells' is a technical training intended for any TAGD member who wishes to better understand well anatomy, maintenance, and common well problems and solutions. In addition, this course will explore the threat of abandoned wells, their impact on water quality, and best practices for well plugging. All GCD staff and board members are encouraged to participate. This program is cohosted by TAGD and TWON. Proceeds from the event will be collected to support TAGD’s efforts.
November 17, 2016 at the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative, 100 Reserach Parkway, Waco, TX 76704
This training is intended for the district General Manager who wants to brush up on his or her knowledge of hydrogeology, district staff, or board members seeking to deepen their understanding of aquifers. This one day course will provide you with an in depth look at the fundamentals to understanding hydrogeology in Texas.