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The Texas Groundwater Summit is the premier groundwater event in the state, bringing together a diverse group of groundwater professionals over three days to discuss emerging trends and new research. The event provides a mix of expert presentations on all areas of groundwater management, as well as networking opportunities for the groundwater community. We expect to have over 350 groundwater industry leaders, community stakeholders, agency representatives, and elected officials in attendance. You won’t want to miss it!
Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts (TAGD) looks forward to hosting the statewide groundwater community once again at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, August 30-September 1, 2022. A livestream option will be available for those participants that are unable to join us in person.
Request for Proposals - CLOSED
The request for proposals closed on March 11. Thanks to all who submitted their ideas! Proposals will be reviewed in the coming weeks and proposal decisions will be sent out in April.
Show your commitment to the Texas groundwater community and gain exposure to hundreds of groundwater professionals by sponsoring the Texas Groundwater Summit. We have packages at every price point with benefits ranging from Summit badges to exhibit booths to branded promotional items. Click here to view the available packages, and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Who should attend the Texas Groundwater Summit?
Groundwater Conservation District staff and board members
Well drillers and well technology companies
Water providers and planners
Groundwater stakeholders, including agriculture, oil & gas, environmental and industrial
Attorneys, hydrogeologists, and engineers working in the water field
Groundwater technology experts and vendors
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Anyone interested in the future of groundwater in Texas