Partner With AWRA-WA

AWRA-WA partners with professional associations, non-profits, universities/colleges, consulting firms, law firms, governmental agencies, tribes, and other entities interested in water resources. Depending on your needs and goals, the benefits of partnering with us could include:

  • For associations: marketing your events and services to our members.
  • For universities: showcasing your research to a broader community.
  • For non-profits and tribes: communicating your message to our members.
  • For legal and consulting firms: advertising your services to our members.
  • For governmental agencies: educating our members regarding water-related programs and regulations.
  • For all organizations: providing educational and networking opportunities for your constituents/employees/students.

In return, we are seeking new members, attendees at events, speakers, newsletter articles, and financial support. Contact Jessica Kuchan for further information.

Current AWRA-WA Partners

Northwest Environmental Business Council is the trade association representing the leading service and technology firms in the Northwest that are working to protect, restore, and sustain the natural and built environment.

The Center for Environmental Law & Policy brings its water law expertise and passion to help citizen groups and tribes throughout Washington to protect their rivers, streams and aquifers.

Washington Water Trust is a neutral, nonregulatory nonprofit, dedicated to improving and protecting stream flows and water quality throughout Washington state. We use voluntary, market-based transactions and cooperative partnerships to create balanced solutions.

The Water Report is the monthly newsletter for water lawyers, engineers, regulatory agencies, tribes, municipalities, environmental organizations and anyone interested in water law, water rights, and water quality in the western United States.


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