NWC Opposes Using Corps Money For Border Wall NWC Opposes Using Corps Money For Border Wall
NWC Opposes Using Corps Money For Border Wall

Washington, D.C.—The National Waterways Conference (NWC) opposes using U.S. Army Corps of Engineers funding for a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico. “We are strongly opposed to the diversion… Read More

The end of 2019 brought major changes in leadership for two major waterways advocacy organizations. On December 4, The American Waterways Operators announced that Jennifer Carpenter, AWO’s executive vice president… Read More

The National Waterways Conference (NWC) will hold its 2019 annual meeting at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tenn., September 17–19. The agenda includes a wide-ranging look at issues affecting water… Read More

Members of the National Waterways Conference (NWC) gathered September 12–14 in New Orleans, La., for the group’s 58th annual meeting. The meeting proved quite timely, coinciding locally with New Orleans’… Read More

Members of the waterways industry urged the Trump administration to be open and transparent and consider local input on its dramatic proposal to reorganize the federal government, specifically on consolidating… Read More

On June 21, the Trump administration’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a comprehensive plan for the reshuffling of many departments and agencies of the federal government, titled “Delivering… Read More

Washington, D.C.—Bills that would impact the waterways industry by funding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and boost the nation’s water transportation system could be among the first acted upon… Read More

Amy Larson, president of the National Waterways Conference (NWC), spoke on the possibility of advancing a Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) 2018 this year to the audience of the Inland… Read More