Linking water leaders of today,
developing water leaders of tomorrow
The Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) was founded in 1964 as an expansion of the Universities Council on Hydrology. UCOWR is a consortium of academic institutions and affiliates invested in water resources research, education, and outreach. Our inclusive organization values membership from research universities, undergraduate institutions, tribal colleges, historically black colleges and universities, and Hispanic-serving institutions.
Dr. Jonathan Yoder is the Director of the State of Washington Water Research Center and Distinguished Professor for Sustainable Development in the School of Economic Sciences at Washington State University. The UCOWR community is excited to welcome him as the current year President of our Board of Directors and have appreciated his ongoing engagement as a UCOWR delegate and UCOWR Board member over the years. Read Dr. Yoder's welcome message here.
Texas is a state of diverse landscapes and climates where the majority of land is privately owned and the population is increasingly urbanized. This presents challenges when discussing water and land resource management. Dr. Lucas Gregory and other Texas Water Resources Institute extension researchers and educators, several of whom grew up on Texas farms and ranches, recognize the need for pragmatic approaches that landowners can implement without undue burden.
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