The Office of the Solicitor, U.S. Department of the Interior is looking to fill the position of an Associate Solicitor for Water Resources. The Associate Solicitor has primary responsibility for managing the Division of Water Resources, which includes the Branch of Water and Power and the Branch of Indian Water Rights. Management of the Division
The Washington Department of Ecology is recruiting for a Municipal Stormwater Grant Project Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4) (In-Training) in the Water Quality Program. This position provides financial assistance management for complicated, highly complex, and sometimes controversial stormwater projects. This position will also serve as the section specialist on the intersection between stormwater grants and the
The Washington Department of Ecology's Water Quality Program is looking to hire a Watershed Unit Supervisor (WMS Band 1) in their Eastern Regional office in Spokane, Washington. The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington’s waters to sustain healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures that state waters support beneficial
Thomas E. Cahill, 85, a former WSWC member from Wyoming and WSWC staff member passed away on January 24, at the Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Medical Center, a Korean War veteran. He was born in Salt Lake City, and graduated from Brigham Young University. He earned his juris doctorate of law from the University of Chicago.
The Western States Water Council and Native American Rights Fund will cosponsor a Symposium on the settlement of Indian reserved water rights claims on August 8-10, 2017. The meetings will be held at the Best Western Plus Heritage Inn in Great Falls, Montana. A number of topics will be addressed by experts and participants regarding
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to streamline how tribes apply for treatment as states under the Clean Water Act (CWA) water quality standards program and other CWA regulatory programs. he proposed reinterpretation of CWA 518 would eliminate the need for applicant tribes to demonstrate inherent authority to regulate under the CWA, allowing