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Webinars for State Primacy Agencies Collaborating on Water Resilience

Listen to the following collaboration webinars for more information on how to build relationships at the state level:

Drought Response and Mitigation Strategies for States

Drought Response and Mitigation Strategies for States provides an overview of EPA’s new Drought Response and Recovery Guide for Water Utilities and a summary of Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality’s work with selected water utilities to respond to the recent drought (runtime 1:25:48)
 

Power Resiliency at Water Utilities: What States Can Do

                                                                                          Power Resiliency at Water Utilities: What States Can Do provides information on state activities that can be used to help water utilities better understand how to connect and collaborate with their power providers in an event of an emergency (runtime 55:27)

 

Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities

                                                                          Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities provides an overview of the Flood Resilience Guide that can be used as a train-the-trainer outline by state staff. Please click on the following link to access the PowerPoint training presentation Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities(29 pp, 5 MB)   (runtime 58:29)

States and Water/Wastewater Agency Response Networks (WARNs) – Working Together


States and WARNS Working Together provides information on how state primacy agencies their
WARNS can work together to build resilience in the state
(runtime 1:28:55).

 

Successful Partnerships: How State Primacy and Emergency Management Agencies Work


Successful Partnerships: How State Primacy and Emergency Management Agencies Work 
provides information on how state primacy agencies can work better with their state emergency management counterparts
(runtime 1:02:51).