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Fall 2021 CUAHSI Cyberseminar Series

Perspectives on Urban Flood Resilience: How Different Fields Tackle One of the World’s Most Prevalent Disasters Flooding is a “wicked problem” that is complex and difficult to solve. Incomplete knowledge coupled with the large number of people and systems that are impacted add additional complexity to this challenge. Urban flooding is of particular concern as […]

World Rivers Day

World Rivers Day takes place on the fourth Sunday of September. While it is important to take that day and celebrate local rivers, it is also important to work for their protection throughout the year. Waterkeeper Alliance: Get involved with your local waterkeeper organization, or streamkeeper group, to protect your stream or river (https://waterkeeper.org/get-involved/). If none are in […]

AIH MN Water New Year’s Eve Celebration!

Groveland Tap 1834 St. Clair Ave., St. Paul, MN

Please plan to join members of AIH’s leadership team at the outdoor patio of Groveland Tap for Happy Hour as we celebrate the upcoming Water New Year! What are we celebrating? A Water Year (also called hydrological year) is a term commonly used in hydrology to describe a time period of 12 months for which […]

AIH NorCal Water New Year’s Eve Celebration!

Drake’s The Barn 985 Riverfront StWest Sacramento,

Save the Date Please plan to join members of AIH’s leadership team at Drake’s The Barn in West Sacramento as we celebrate the upcoming Water New Year! Request all interested in joining for this in-person event to register so that we may plan accordingly. REGISTER TODAY! What are we celebrating? A Water Year (also called […]

Imagine a Day Without Water

No water to drink, or wash your hands with. No water to shower, flush the toilet, or do laundry. Hospitals would close without water. Firefighters couldn't put out fires and farmers couldn't water their crops. Disease would spread. This year, we want to help you learn more about where your water comes from and where […]