Spring Seminar Series

The purpose of the Spring Water Seminar Series is to provide a forum to increase awareness of water issues and for thoughtful discussion of alternatives aimed at the wise management of Nebraska's surface and groundwater resources.

The Nebraska Water Center's long-running series began in 1968 as a spring semester program for students, faculty, water professionals and the public to hear experts address current water issues. Students can take the seminar for one hour of credit through the School of Natural Resources and other UNL departments. About 10 to 20 students a year exercise that option and typically, each of the 12 to 14 lectures in the annual series attracts an audience of 50 to 75, many of whom are seminar regulars.

Water Seminar Topics