Where does your water come from?
What is being done to plan for future needs? 

 Please join us for a   panel discussion about the impacts of development, storm water run-off and climate change on our public water supply and implications for the future. (Related: "Protecting our Water Resources: Now More Than Ever" )

Keynote speaker: Scott Fosler: "Assuring Safe and Affordable Water for the Washington Region"

Scott is  a board member of Montgomery Countryside Alliance and Friends of Ten Mile Creek and board president of Audubon Naturalist Society. He is also a councilmember and immediate past mayor of the Town of Chevy Chase; former member and president of the Montgomery County Council; and past president of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.

Other speakers will include representatives from WSSC, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, and the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin, all moderated by our own Executive Director, Caroline Taylor.  The Sierra Club will also moderate a brief  Q & A session on water resources with  all  County Executive Candidates who have filed.

Water Resources Panel Discussion

When: Sunday, December 3  3-5pm

Where:  Montgomery County Executive Office Building  Auditorium & Cafeteria  

Hosted by the Maryland Sierra Club in partnership with Montgomery Countryside Alliance, Friends of Ten Mile Creek, Seneca Creek Watershed Partners, the Muddy Branch Alliance, the Watts Branch Alliance, Potomac Conservancy, and the Audubon Naturalist Society
With Appreciation,

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