Matt Wells to Speak at Seminar on Water Rights Transfers

Published Jul 10, 2012

Water is an essential economic and environmental resource for Washington State. Our water supplies are under ever-increasing pressure to meet the out-of-stream needs of agriculture and growing communities, while simultaneously meeting the in-stream needs of fish and other aquatic resources.  Managing our water resources efficiently to meet current and future demands involves changing and transferring existing water rights to align with new needs.

Explore a wide range of issues affecting Washington's primary means of meeting future demand -- water rights changes and transfers -- on September 27, 2012, at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. Program chairs Maia Bellon, Water Resources Program Manager at the Washington Department of Ecology and Matt Wells, a member of Tupper Mack Wells, will lead this timely seminar.  Receive a 100 dollar discount by registering by July 20th using the code EB101.  For more information, contact Matt Wells at

  • To view the agenda for the seminar, click here.