National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA)

NACWA, Other Water Sector Groups Urge More Conservation Funding in Farm Bill

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The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and other water sector organizations sent a joint letter today to Congress urging members to “provide cooperative opportunities for water quality, quantity and conservation initiatives in the upcoming reauthorization” of the Farm Bill. The letters were sent to chairs and ranking members of the House and Senate committees with jurisdiction over Farm Bill reauthorization. Signing onto the letters were NACWA, the American Public Works Association, the Association of California Water Agencies, the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, the American Water Works Association, Inland Empire Utilities Agency, the National Association of Water Companies, the National Water Resources Association, the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the Western Coalition of Arid States, the WateReuse Association, and the Water Environment Federation. The organizations have been working together not only to promote more funding for Farm Bill conservation programs, but to ensure that the Farm Bill makes water quality a top
priority for program funding.

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