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Walla Walla Community College offers a number of degree and certificate options in Water Technologies & Management.

Community Programs

We’re active year-round presenting or hosting a variety of fun and informative programs, exhibits and special events for youth, families, adults and professionals.

Special Events

A few times each year we like to go BIG. We hope you consider joining us at one of our upcoming special events.

News

Classes Start September 19

 

Looking to build a new skill or return back to school?

Talk to Melissa Holecek, an advisor, to learn more (509) 524-520. We look forward to hearing from you!

WWCC Welcomes New President

WWCC announces the selection of Dr. Derek Brandes as the new President to replace Dr. Steven VanAusdle.  Learn more about Dr. Brandes HERE.

 

 

 

This week on Titus Creek Interning.....We made some "PALS" with the Washington Conservation Corp and Ecological Research on the Pataha Creek near Jackson Washington. PALS are Post Assisted Log Structures (bottom right picture) that are made to create the benefits of directing water strategically when flows are high in hopes to produce some positive effects on riparian habitat. The other structures that we helped make were beaver dams (top). We used a chainsaw instead of our teeth (not by choice). These structures will increase depth, irrigate trees that surround the creek to provide shade in the future, and help to recharge aquifers by moving water laterally across land. It was a lot of fun and a lot of work. I recommend working with either Washington Conservation Corp or Ecological Research, very interesting and informative. Thanks to these organizations we managed to be part of something that will transform the landscape in years to come, and we will see the positive benefits of restoration. ... See MoreSee Less

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Is now the time to build a new skill or start a degree?

New classes start Monday, September 19.

Talk to Melissa, an advisor, to learn more (509) 524-5208 or explore degree options on your own at www.watereducationcenter.org.

Water Technology & Management Degrees are available in:
-Watershed Ecology
-Natural Resources Technology & Management
-Irrigation

Two year degrees, short certificates, and transfer degrees available.

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