A number of organizations and agencies in Nebraska work to support communities as they develop and adopt wellhead protection (WHP) programs. The Nebraska Wellhead Protection Network (NeWHPN) began in 2001 to provide an opportunity for these organizations and agencies to meet, discuss their work and identify community needs. Meetings are also an opportunity for the group to get information about hot topics related to their field.
The Groundwater Foundation serves as facilitator and record-keeper for the NeWHPN, which is funded by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality.
January 16, 2020
Location: Ferguson House (700 S 16th St, Lincoln, NE)
Topic: The Groundwater Education Breakfast is an open house for Nebraska State Senators and their staff to learn about wellhead protection in Nebraska. The theme of this breakfast is "Groundwater 101" and will feature posters that illustrate where Nebraskans get their drinking water from and contamination issues threatening the drinking water supply.
RSVP to Sara Brock at email@example.com or by calling 402-434-2740 ext. 110.
Find a list of recent meeting dates, locations, sponsors, and topics of discussion. Agendas and discussion minutes are available to the public. These documents are provided in downloadable PDF format.
For information about older meetings, please contact The Groundwater Foundation at 1-800-858-4844 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities for Involvement
The Wellhead Protection Network Education Subcommittee has begun meeting again. If you would like to get involved in this committee that explores ideas for tools that will help spread wellhead protection messages, please contact The Groundwater Foundation at 402-434-2740.
Have an idea for a Wellhead Protection Network meeting location, speaker, tour, or general content theme? Let us know! Contact The Groundwater Foundation at email@example.com or 402-434-2740 with your ideas.