2022 WSWC Fall (200th) Meetings

The WSWC Fall (200th) Meetings will be held in Sulphur, Oklahoma on October 19-21, 2022 at the Artesian Hotel, Casino & Spa.  Sulphur is located about 85 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.

MEETING BRIEFING MATERIALS Briefing Materials for the 200th Western States Water Council Meetings

Water Resources Committee Minutes – October 20, 2022
Executive Committee Minutes – October 20, 2022
Water Quality Committee Minutes – October 20, 2022
Legal Committee Minutes – October 20, 2022
200th Full Council Minutes – October 21, 2022

Abandoned Hardrock Mine Remediation
WOTUS Regional Roundtable
Water Resources Committee
Executive Committee
Water Quality Committee
Legal Committee
200th Full Council Committee


Wednesday, October 19
Panel: Abandoned Hardrock Mine Remediation


Thursday, October 20
Welcome Remarks: Speaker of the House Charles McCall

Water Resources Committee Meeting
USBR Upper Red River Basin Study – Anna Hoag, Civil Engineer, Bureau of Reclamation

WaDE/WestDAAT Program Update – Adel Abdallah, WaDE Program Manager; Tony Willardson, WSWC Executive Director; and Ryan James, WaDE Data Analyst

Water Quality Committee Meeting
Oklahoma Water Quality Issues – Shellie Chard, Director, Water Quality Division, Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

Alaska §404 Permit Uncertainties – Julie Pack, Assistant Attorney General, Alaska Department of Law and Emma Pokon, Deputy Commissioner, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation


Legal Committee Meeting
Water and the Kansas Legislature – Earl Lewis, Chief Engineer, Kansas Department of Agriculture, and Connie Owen, Director, Kansas Water Office

Maximum Annual Yield Determination Arbuckle Simpson Groundwater Basin – Sara Gibson, General Counsel, Oklahoma Water Resources Board

The National Park Service and the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer – Peter Fahmy, Sr. Policy Analyst, Water Rights Branch, National Park Service



Oct 19 - 21 2022


All day
Western States Water Council


Western States Water Council

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