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August 20-22, 2024 in San Antonio
Thank you for attending the Texas Groundwater Summit in San Antonio! Our 12th iteration of this event saw record attendance, with over 430 attendees joining us in-person and dozens more livestreaming online. To all of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors – thank you for making the Texas Groundwater Summit the best event it can be. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
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 400 groundwater industry leaders, community stakeholders, agency representatives, and elected officials in attendance. You won’t want to miss it!
All conference events will take place onsite at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort in San Antonio. Click here for more information about the hotel.
Thanks to our sponsors!
TAGD is proud to offer scholarships for undergraduate or graduate students to attend the Texas Groundwater Summit. These scholarships are funded by member districts that are passionate about the potential of students in fields related to groundwater management. Thanks to McMullen GCD, Rolling Plains GCD, and Trinity Glen Rose GCD for sponsoring students to attend the 2023 Texas Groundwater Summit!
Summit Presentation Archives
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