Due to the recent development of the COVID-19 virus and the recent Wisconsin DHS recommendation to cancel all non-essential events under 250 attendees, for the safety of all speakers, attendees, vendors and communities, the Wisconsin Water Well Association has decided to postpone the Wednesday, March 18th – Eau Claire and Thursday, March 19th – Stevens Point classes due to the COVID-19 virus.

Our highest priority is the health, safety and well-being of our WWWA members and the communities they serve. We feel that it is imperative that we remain focused on what we all strive for; and putting those members and communities we serve at risk does not follow the spirit of what our organization stands for.

The WWWA thanks you for your understanding. There will be more information regarding refunds and rescheduling options to come. Since this is during the same fiscal year, all WWWA members licensing will not be affected.

We are working with the hotels to reschedule these meetings, but if you would like to transfer your registration to the Rothschild Continuing Education Class on Wednesday, October 28th at no additional charge, please contact the WWWA Office.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Central WI Convention + Expo Center
10101 Market St Rothschild, WI 54474

Click here for Continuing Education Registration


Save the Date!

Be sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming Wisconsin Ground Water Conferences.

2019: January 9 – 11
2020: January 8 – 10
2021: January 20 – 22


The Wisconsin Water Well Association represents over 300 licensed well drillers and pump installers. Its purpose is to increase the industry’s knowledge and understanding of proper drilling, pump installation, and well abandonment techniques; work with the appropriate state agencies in the protection of Wisconsin’s groundwater, and increase the public’s awareness of the importance of and involvement in groundwater efforts.


State Guide to Workplace Safety Regulation

Provided as a member benefit by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA), this Workplace Safety Regulation manual can serve as a guide to some general federal OSHA standards as well as some Wisconsin workplace safety laws that fall outside of the scope of the federal OSHA program. Click here to view.

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“When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”

– Benjamin Franklin, (1706-1790)