Dive into Work Group Sessions at Confluence 2024

Get ready to roll up your sleeves and dive into the heart of Confluence 2024 with our engaging work group sessions! Designed to foster collaboration, innovation, and meaningful dialogue, these sessions offer attendees the opportunity to delve deeper into key topics shaping the future of water stewardship in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Explore a diverse range of themes and perspectives as you participate in work group sessions covering topics such as communities and recreation, future of outdoor recreation, and mapping water assets and data. Led by knowledgeable facilitators and industry experts, each session promises to spark insightful discussions and inspire actionable solutions.

In the “Communities and Recreation” work group session, discover the transformative power of clean water and outdoor recreation in community development. Explore real-world examples and success stories that highlight the positive impact of recreational activities on local economies and quality of life.

Venture into the future of outdoor recreation in the “Future of Outdoor Recreation” work group session, where you’ll uncover emerging trends, challenges, and opportunities in the outdoor recreation industry. From eco-friendly practices to technological advancements, this session offers a glimpse into the evolving landscape of outdoor recreation.

For those with a passion for data and technology, the “Mapping Water Assets and Data” work group session provides a unique opportunity to explore the invaluable role of GIS mapping projects in water resource management. Gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge tools and techniques that empower communities to make informed decisions and drive sustainable water management practices.

Whether you’re a seasoned expert or a curious newcomer, our work group sessions invite you to lend your voice, share your insights, and collaborate with fellow attendees in shaping a brighter future for water stewardship in our region. Join us at Confluence 2024 and be part of the conversation that matters.