The Department of Law currently has four vacancies for Assistant Attorneys General positions in water units within the Natural Resources and Environment section. Please note that unless otherwise specified by the applicant, by submitting an application you will be considered for all four vacancies. Federal & Interstate Water Unit: The Federal & Interstate Water Unit is
The Wyoming Attorney General's office in Cheyenne, is seeking an attorney to represent the Wyoming State Engineer's Office. This attorney advises the Wyoming State Engineer and his staff on all aspects of Wyoming water law, as well as providing advice on public records and meetings, agency rule-makings, and during contested case hearings. This position also
The Upper Colorado River Commission requests qualification-based proposals for legal, economic, and engineering-related analyses and services to investigate specific concerns and challenges related to water demand management as a component of the Upper Basin Drought Contingency Plan (DCP). For more information and the full RFP, please visit the UCRC’s website at: http://www.ucrcommission.com/rfp-2019-01-ucrc/. RFP Solicitation Closing
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Plans, organizes and directs the Surface Water & Safety of Dams Divisions of the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office, which is responsible for reviewing permit applications to put surface water of the state to a beneficial use. The mission of the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office and Board of Control is to provide for the
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 13-15, 2019. The meetings will be held at the Harrah’s Resort Southern California in Funner, California. A number of topics will be addressed by experts and participants regarding completed and
The Western Federal Agency Support Team (WestFAST) and the WSWC are looking for someone who is interested in learning more and helping with coordination of environmental science and especially water issues in the Western United States. Please see here for more information about this very exciting and engaging position.
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 Western States Water Council and the California Department of Water Resources are cosponsoring a workshop on agricultural weather station networks, to be held in San Diego on August 25-26, 2016. The workshop will begin Thursday, August 25 at 1:00 pm and conclude Friday, August 26 around 12 noon. Agricultural weather station networks are used
NOAA/WSWC Workshop on Advancing Sub-Seasonal to Seasonal Precipitation Forecasting for Western Water Management
The Western States Water Council, California Department of Water Resources and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are holding a workshop on April 29, 2016 in College Park, Maryland. The purpose of the workshop is to address opportunities for and challenges towards advancing NOAA research and modeling to improve predictive capabilities with respect to sub-seasonal