Liquid Assets | The Story of Our Water Infrastructure

Outreach Partners

The national Outreach Partners are instrumental to the success of the Liquid Assets educational outreach efforts. The partners will provide information about the Liquid Assets documentary to their membership and help to foster events and meetings in local communities, raising awareness throughout the nation and engaging people in opportunities for substantive discussion.

Primary Outreach Partner

American Society of Civil Engineers Logo The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is the lead Outreach Partner for Liquid Assets. ASCE is America’s oldest national engineering society, representing more then 140,000 members worldwide. With the slogan “A Better World By Design,” ASCE provides its expertise to help solve problems facing the environment and water resources. Through its affiliation with Engineers Without Borders, ASCE works to provide sustainable engineering solutions to communities in the developing world. With programs such as “Report Card for America’s Infrastructure,” ASCE supports the understanding of and investment in America’s infrastructure.

Outreach Partners

International City/County Management Association Logo International City/County Management Association (ICMA) promotes excellence in local governance worldwide through the development and advancing of professional management. With upwards of 9,000 members, consisting of city and county managers and professional organizations, the group educates and encourages local government managers to adopt environmental management systems toward the goal of creating sustainable communities.
National Environmental Services Center The National Environmental Services Center (NESC) is composed of four national programs that help small and rural communities answer questions about drinking water, wastewater, solid waste, and environmental training. Located at West Virginia University, NESC offers learning, consulting, and referral resources to rural communities.
Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences Cooperative Extension Logo Penn State’s Cooperative Extension program provides the 67 counties of Pennsylvania with access to the educational resources and expertise of the University. Local residents are kept abreast of the latest research on topics related to water conservation, pollution, drinking water, water policy, and watershed education. As part of its mission as a land-grant institution, Penn State's Cooperative Extension also provides informal and noncredit workshops.