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Emily E. Lewis to Present on “Salty Shorts” for Great Salt Lake Institute

by | May 17, 2021

Emily E. Lewis will be presenting on the first episode of “Salty Shorts,” brought to you by the Great Salt Lake Institute at Westminster College.

The event will be hosted at 12:00pm on May 21st, 2021.

To register for free, please follow this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CcaCX85ISv2tTalgzCcplw

All are welcome!

The description of the episode is as follows:

“You might have heard that Great Salt Lake is shrinking. Emily E. Lewis (Clyde Snow Attorneys at Law) has been spending much time researching creative solutions to the predicament of getting water to Utah’s Great Salt Lake. Come learn more about Utah water law, what the heck water banking is and future plans for how to balance living along the shores of this unique inland sea.
Emily Lewis is an attorney with Clyde Snow where she assists clients in navigating complex water problems. She advises individual water right owners, water conservancy districts, municipalities, mining companies, and mutual shareholder irrigation companies. Her strategic projects practice extends to innovative policy work and specialty project management. She presently acts as the Utah Water Banking Project Manager and hosts Ripple Effect – A Podcast Putting Water in Context.
Salty Shorts are hosted by Great Salt Lake Institute at Westminster College. We hope that you will listen to this short talk then visit our lake and get your shorts salty soon!

Register for free here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CcaCX85ISv2tTalgzCcplw. Don’t worry if you cannot make this virtually in person, as they will be recorded and available on our the GSLI YouTube channel when you have time.”

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