CANCELLED March 11 meeting – rural water systems…

We regret we have decided to cancel this meeting for a number of reasons related to caronavirus concerns, consistent with precautions being taken in our wider community.
Watch this blog for information about our future information meetings.

Rural Whatcom Water Systems:
Lessons from 20 Years of Service

Logo full - Oct 2018 - 50% for site iconWednesday, March 11th, our Tenmile Clean Water Project meeting will feature a program with speaker John Mercer. As co-owner of Water System Services, John manages and provides on-the-ground technical support to water system owners and customers throughout Whatcom county. He lives in the Tenmile watershed and will be sharing observations and experiences from his long experience in the area.
6:30-8pm, at Bellewood Acres Farmstead.
Program at 7pm;
Q&A will follow.

For this evening John will bring his experience and expertise for a casual presentation and discussion. Bring your questions!
How deep do wells have to be for good water?  What are common problems that arise on the customer side of system connections? What are typical seasonal reliability problems? Are water systems threatened by late summer droughts?

Come and hear what we can learn about these and other questions, as our spring speaker program continues to examine issues with water supply in our watershed.

Looking ahead: We have a confirmed speaker for our next in May, and we expect you will not want to miss it – plan now!
Next Up: May 13: 6:30-8pm, at Bellewood Acres Farmstead.

 

 

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