Recorded Webinar – Water Banking Six Month Status Update

Did you miss the “Water Banking Six Month Status Update Webinar CLE” On January 21, 2021? Don’t worry! The full webinar has been recorded and is available for you to watch below.   Water Banking – Six Month Status Update Based on an extensive stakeholder effort, in March 2020 the State of Utah passed the…

Ripple Effect 34: Building a Market

Great discussion with Kristina Ribellia, Founder and Chief Operations Director of Western Water Market. We discuss gaps in the water market and how to build a platform that is useful for water users, professionals, and western water market knowledge.  

Water Banking Six Month Status Update Webinar CLE

The Environmental Section & the Department of Natural Resources Presents: Water Banking – Six Month Status Update Based on an extensive stakeholder effort, in March 2020 the State of Utah passed the “Utah Water Banking Act.” To meet increasingly challenging conditions, the Act is intended to stimulate the development of market tools favorable to local…

Top Ten Tips for Success in Employment Law Mediations Webinar CLE

The Dispute Resolution Section & The Labor & Employment Law Section of the Utah State Bar Presents: Top Ten Tips for Success in Employment Law Mediations Mediators and seasoned employment litigators Chris Snow and Mike OBrien discuss the top ten tips practitioners should understand/implement for success in mediating employment law disputes. The webinar will be…

Ripple Effect 33: Winter Wildspaces

A good discussion with Todd Walton, Executive Director of Winter Wildlands Alliance, about watershed protection from a very different and unexpected angle. We discuss the importance of organizational effectiveness.

Ripple Effect 32: Knitting it Together

Ted Knowlton, Deputy Director of the Wasatch Front Regional Council, walks us through the complex and critical work  of the WFRC. He highlights the need for integrated planning as necessary for building our best communities. Water, transportation, and community character all play a role in designing the Utah of the future.

Ripple Effect 31: Call to Action

Energetic discussion with Mae Stevens, Executive Vice President and Chair of Signal Water Group. Mae walks us through the contemporary history of federal funding for water projects (spoiler steep decline), water funding trends, and what to look out for under a new Biden Administration. Importantly, she reminds us the need for citizens to call their…

Ripple Effect 30: WCWEP for the Win-Win-Win-Win

GREAT discussion with Devin McKrola from Central Utah Water Conservancy District breaking down the Wasatch County Water Efficiency Project. This truly is an amazing project with so many benefits to the citizens of Utah. Plus we get to water dork out about the Morse Decree!