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The North Dakota Water Coalition was established to complete North Dakota's water infrastructure for economic growth and quality of life. If your organization is interested in joining the Water Coalition please contact Dana Bohn at 701-223-4330.
The North Dakota Irrigation Association (NDIA) is a non-profit, statewide organization composed of irrigators, potential irrigators, irrigation equipment dealers and suppliers, processors, energy suppliers, irrigation districts, businesses and other supporters of irrigation and economic development in North Dakota. It was reorganized in 2004 by a merger of the North Dakota Irrigation Caucus and the High-Value Irrigated Crops Task Force. The combined resources provided a stronger base to accomplish the mission of NDIA.
The North Dakota Water Education Foundation was created to increase understanding and knowledge about water resource issues in North Dakota. Knowledge and understanding are essential for informed decision-making. Through the programs of the North Dakota Water Education Foundation, information about water supply and delivery, water management, water quality, and other water issues will result in wise decisions for the present and the future.
The mission of the North Dakota Water Resource Districts Association is to support and help water managers achieve wise and effective water resource management in North Dakota. The North Dakota Water Resources Districts Association consists of 63 Water Resource Districts, which includes at least one Water Resource District in every county, and in some counties more than one.
The Summer Water Tours offer a firsthand look at North Dakota’s critical water issues. Water supply and quality, environmental restoration, fish and wildlife, flood management, water conservation and more are illustrated and addressed by a wide variety of speakers representing different viewpoints during these one-day tours. Individual registration is $20 per person and includes tour transportation, meals, refreshments, informational material, and a one-year subscription to the North Dakota Water magazine.
The Upper Missouri Water Association is a non-profit regional water organization including the states of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. The mission of the Upper Missouri Water Association (UMWA) is to protect, develop, and manage Upper Missouri water.
By working together through the UMWA, water interests can become stronger and more effective. Instead of four separate states, each with a Congressman and two Senators, we are a region with four Congressmen and eight Senators. Through unity we can accomplish our regional goals.