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Oregon-Washington Water Year 2022 Recap and 2023 Outlook Meeting
The 17th annual Oregon-Washington Water Year Meeting: 2022 Recap and 2023 Outlook will be held as two virtual morning meetings. There is no cost to attend but you are required to register.

The goal of this meeting is to share and gather information regarding climate impacts of the 2022 water year. Continuing drought in some areas, flooding in the fall of 2021, and the exceptionally wet spring will be the focus. This meeting will also offer the opportunity to learn from others about mitigation actions that were taken. Both days will include time for discussion and peer-to-peer learning, in addition to hearing from forecast experts on what to expect for 2023.

An end-of-water year survey will be available soon for participants (and others) to record impacts and actions taken to minimize those impacts, which will also be discussed during the workshop. Both the survey and the workshop will help inform an annual PNW Water Year Impacts Assessment.

We encourage participation from a wide range of sectors including utilities, agriculture, and forestry. A detailed agenda will be available soon.

This event is hosted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, and the Office of the Washington State Climatologist with planning committee participation from the Nez Perce Tribe Water Resources Division, Oregon State University’s Oregon Climate Service, the WA Department of Ecology, and USDA Northwest Climate Hub.
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