Partnership to Host Water Quality Forum on Aug. 31
GREATER DES MOINES, IA — The Greater Des Moines Partnership will host a Public Policy Issue Forum on the topic of water quality on Thursday, Aug. 31. The event will take place from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at The Partnership's office at 700 Locust St., Suite 100, Des Moines.
Dustin Miller, Attorney at Nyemaster Goode law firm, will moderate a panel featuring Roger Wolf, Director of Environmental Programs and Services at the Iowa Soybean Association, Mike Naig, Deputy Secretary of Agriculture for the State of Iowa and Jan Glendening, State Director of The Nature Conservancy in Iowa. Panelists will speak on the ongoing water quality discussion in the state in an attempt to further educate business, civic and community leaders in Greater Des Moines (DSM).
Future Public Policy Issue Forum events will focus on mental health and housing. More details regarding dates, times, locations and speakers will be announced in coming weeks. The Partnership is a nonpartisan organization.
Register for the Aug. 31 event here.
About the Greater Des Moines Partnership
The Greater Des Moines Partnership is the economic and community development organization that serves Greater Des Moines (DSM), Iowa. Together with 23 Affiliate Chambers of Commerce, more than 6,100 Regional Business Members and more than 330 Investors, The Partnership drives economic growth with one voice, one mission and as one region. Through innovation, strategic planning and global collaboration, The Partnership grows opportunity, helps create jobs and promotes DSM as the best place to build a business, a career and a future. Learn more at DSMpartnership.com.