Water Council Mission:To align the regional fresh water research community and water-related industries to establish the Milwaukee region as the World Water Hub for water research, economic development, and education.
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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Last year, SHARP Literacy, Inc. published a significantly important book for all future generations. A Great Lakes Adventure: Salmon’s Journey Home tells the story of Salmon searching for the place of his birth. On his journey Salmon meets Turtle, Sturgeon, and other … Continue reading
Ryan Matthews started with The Water Council in 2011 as an intern. After graduation from UW-Milwaukee that position transitioned to a development coordinator, where he assisted with grant funding and communications to The Council’s membership. As our staff continues to grow … Continue reading
In June 2013 we announced that The Water Council had hired a new intern, Isaiah Perez, to help with marketing work in anticipation of the opening of the Global Water Center, Milwaukee Water Week, and our rapidly expanding scope of work. We are … Continue reading
Online registration is LIVE for University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Understanding Water Chemistry for Practical Applications course. Download the full course flyer here Course info: Course #P620 May 19-20 Global Water Center 247 W. Freshwater Way Milwaukee, WI 53204 Course … Continue reading
Nestle, General Mills and others commit to Alliance for Water Stewardship and support launch of international standard Nestlé and General Mills were among major businesses, which today announced their commitment to the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), alongside 27 other … Continue reading
Thank you to all that joined The Water Council for Around the Water Cooler (ATWC) during March. These weekly lunchtime gatherings are meant as a way for tenants to come together in a casual environment, and learn about our fellow … Continue reading
The Water Council gains a major new tenant at the Global Water Center! Continue reading