OWRC Water Law Seminar

October 7, 2021 @ 7:15 am – 8:00 pm
FivePine Lodge & Virtual

Join OWRC in Central Oregon for our biennial Water Law Seminar!  Don’t miss this informative event covering state legislation, emerging water policy issues, and other legal developments impacting irrigated agriculture. In-person events will be held at the FivePine Lodge Conference Center in Sisters, Oregon.

Register Now! Download 2021 OWRC Golf and Water Law Seminar Registration Form.  Virtual and in-person options available.

SEMINAR LOCATION & ON-SITE LODGING: OWRC’s 2021 Water Law Seminar will be held at the FivePine Lodge & Conference Center located at: 1021 E. Desperado Trail, Sisters, OR 97759. Cabins & Patio Lodge Rooms are offered at $215/night plus applicable taxes are being held through 9/5/2021. Contact FivePine Lodge directly at 1-541-549-5900 to make reservations. NOTE:  A 30-day (9/5/21) cancellation is required for full lodging refund. If cancelling less than 30-days prior to the event, one night’s lodging will be charged. Contact the OWRC office if you encounter any problems.

View 2021 Water Law Seminar Agenda – Updated 9/23. CLE credits will be available.

OWRC 2021 Water Law Seminar & Golf Tournament

 Wednesday, October 6 –  Elmer G. McDaniels Memorial Golf Tournament – Black Butte Ranch
10:30-11:00 AM     Check-in – Black Butte Ranch
11:15 AM                  Tee times start, scramble format
5:00-7:00 PM         Welcome Reception/19th Hole – FivePine Lodge, Patio
Appetizers, partially hosted bar.  Local restaurant(s) available for dinner on own.

Thursday, October 7 – Water Law Seminar – All in-person events held at the FivePine Lodge
7:15 AM          Registration/Check-in
8:00 AM         Morning session
Noon               Buffet Lunch
1:00 PM          Afternoon session
4:45 PM          Program ends
5:15 PM           Reception & Buffet Dinner – Enjoy informal networking with speakers and fellow attendees.


In-person components will be held in accordance with applicable local, state, and national requirements and guidance related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.