Ottawa – Carleton University researchers have received more than $200,000 in combined funding for work that will help prevent the contamination of ground water and improve the healthy behaviour of Canadians.
Santa Barbara, CA – A new study published in the journal Nature and Sustainability finds water wells are being drilled deeper and deeper since the 1950s and that the practice is an unsustainable stopgap to ground water depletion. UC Santa Barbara's The Current reports. | READ MORE
British Columbia – Veteran water well driller David Slade encourages B.C. farmers and ranchers who are well owners to have their wells licensed as a way to protect their rights and give regulators vital information about ground water mapping and use. Read his opinion piece in the Cowichan Valley Citizen. | READ MORE
Toronto – A new, free resource, Canada's Arctic Marine Atlas, provides an overview of how humans and wildlife are faring in this changing environment.
Reston, VA – Water use across the United States reached its lowest recorded level in 45 years in 2015, indicates a new report from the United States Geological Survey.
New Brunswick – According to some scientists and conservationists, tree-shorn areas in New Brunswick contributed to the record flooding along the St. John River this spring and may be affecting ground water there and in other areas of Canada. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
Carpinteria, CA – Carpinteria Valley Water District in California is poised to vote on whether to conduct environmental studies on a project that would take wastewater treated at Carpinteria Sanitary District and pump it into the valley's ground water basin. CoastalView.com reports. | READ MORE
Odessa, WA – So much water has been taken from the Odessa Aquifer in Washington state that, in some areas, its water levels have dropped 10 feet per year. Although the aquifer is close to gone, it still is being tapped for farming and other uses. The Spokesman-Review reports. | READ MORE
Guelph, Ont. – The City of Guelph has signed an agreement to provide Nestlé Waters Canada with access to analysis from its science-based ground water flow model through a consultant. Guelph Today reports. | READ MORE
Edmonton – Alberta’s municipal governments need to be more careful about allowing prime farmland to be gobbled up for residential and industrial use, according to a new report out of the University of Alberta. Folio reports. | READ MORE
Fox Creek, Alta. – A new study shows fluid buildup, not injection rate, triggered hundreds of temblors around Fox Creek, Alta. Science News reports. | READ MORE
Jan. 10, 2018, Delta, B.C. – Results from test well pumping at Diefenbaker Park in Delta, B.C., indicate there isn’t enough available potable ground water to build an emergency well should there be a significant disruption to Delta’s water distribution system, such as a major seismic event. The Delta Optimist reports. | READ MORE
Nov. 29, 2017, Durham, NC – A new U.S. report based on findings from the Aspen-Nicholas Water Forum at Duke University last May and June recommends making simultaneously rising aquifers and a growing economy a new goal toward ground water sustainability.
Protect Your Groundwater Day
September 3, 2019
AWWDA Golf Tournament
September 7, 2019
Grundfos Walk for Water
September 7, 2019
Geothermal Resources Council Expo
September 15-18, 2019
OGWA Student Scholarship Awards Fund Raising Golf Tournament
September 20, 2019
Canadian Hydronics Conference
September 24-25, 2019