WRRC selects Marine Biological Lab for its FY18 WRIP program

This year the Water Resources Research Center selected one major project to fund under its Water Resources Institutes Program.

Water Resources Research National Competitive Grants Program RFP Released

The USGS has released the Fiscal year 2018 104G RFP. For more details see our Funding page.

2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge!

Calling all college students! Registration is still open for the 2017 Campus RainWorks Challenge, a green infrastructure design competition for colleges and universities

Director Paula Rees takes new position on campus

WRRC Director Paula Rees has taken the position of Diversity Programs Director for the College of Engineering at UMass Amherst.

Water Environment Federation Launches Podcast - Words on Water

WEF has launched a podcast titled Words On Water to feature conversations with influential and interesting people who work in the water sector.

100-Year Flood?

With Hurricane Harvey causing major floods in Texas and nearby states, the question of 100-year floods comes back to the forefront. An interesting FiveThirtyEight article explains the issue of floods and how they are hard to predict accurately.

New class on potable water offered

Potable Water for Small and Disadvantaged Communities is a new course offered in Civil and Environmental Engineering this Fall 2017.

Water Prize Competition

Reclamation has launched a competition to design a better mobile app for water and environmental data collection.

World Water Day

World Water Day is held annually on March 22nd as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. This year's theme is wastewater.

Hatch and Randhir comment about possible benefits of recent snow on regional drought

Christine Hatch, Geosciences, and Timothy Randhir, Environmental Conservation, are both quoted in a MassLive article about how the recent heavy snow fall could help reduce drought conditions in the region.... see article here