Stay in the know! review research Head over to the information page to review the most recent reports, presentations and study findings. share your thoughts Share your perspective at a monthly PBAC committee meeting. Scroll down for details. stay informed Sign up for our newsletter to receive periodic updates. Scroll down to sign up today. conservation at home Did you know that you can pick up free conservation devices at your local water departments? Call your local water department to find out what devices and services they offer! conservation at university life Contact your outreach, student involvement, water resource centers and local community centers to learn how you can volunteer to help get the word out about water conservation in your community. conservation in business Our local businesses are dedicated to water conservation practices. Ask your favorite businesses what efforts they make to conserve. Stay in touch with nature Stay up-to-date and involved by reading our annual water report! View report Upcoming events PBAC Monthly Meeting October 25th, 2:00 PM Pullman, City Hall, Second Floor Conference Room Meeting minutes by year Meeting minutes beyond a year old are archived in our systems. If you would like to access previous minutes, please contact Korey Woodley at (208) 885-6429 or by email. Geologic Mapping Updates: Pam Dunlap and John Bush Publications: 2018: Miocene Evolution of the Moscow-Pullman Basin (Idaho Geological Survey) 2018: Geologic Interpretations of Wells and Important Rock Outcrops (Link to Idaho Geological Survey) Presentations: March 2018 Status Report March 2018 Maps: Generalized Cross Section Pullman/Moscow Geologic Cross Sections Across the Moscow-Pullman Basin Structure Contours on the Top of the Grand Ronde Basalt Online ArcGIS Map: GIS Well Data and Geologic Interpretations Google Earth: Geodatabase Isotope Research: Jeff Langman and Kyle Duckett Proposal 2016 Source Water Tracking proposal Publications Isotopic Discrimination of Aquifer Recharge Sources Stay up to date on all things Palouse Basin water Sign up for our newsletter to receive updates. Please enter your name. Please enter a valid email address. Get Started Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.