Markets are increasingly being considered as a means for reaching environmental goals for water quality and quantity. Are water quality trading programs effective? Are private markets now part of public resource management policy? Learn about the tools, governance and success of water markets today.

Thursday, March 3, 2016, 5:30 - 7:30 PM

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

777 North Capital Street, NE, Washington, DC. Training Center, 1st Floor
Directions: http://www.mwcog.org/contact/directions/

Click here for event flyer.


5:30 PM: Registration and self-serve buffet

6:15 PM: Presentations

  • Leonard A. Shabman - Resident Scholar, Resources for the Future
  • Marc Ribaudo - Senior Economist, USDA Economic Research Service
  • Mindy Selman - Senior Analyst, USDA Office of Environmental Markets

7:15 PM - Q&A and wrap-up by 7:30


REGISTRATION is only $10 for members and students; $15 for all non-members. Please register by Monday, February 29 by contacting Mathini at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Payment may be made online by clicking here or by paying at the door. (Make checks payable to AWRA-NCR Section).  Pre-registration is much appreciated, but walk-ins the day of the event are also welcome!  

Become a member of AWRA-NCRS by visiting http://www.awrancrs.org/membership.html.


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