Montana Water Well Drillers Association
"To provide a safe, sustainable groundwater resource through education, innovation and responsible development."
The MWWDA Board of Directors continue to review and suggest updates to the association by-laws. At the 2022 Annual Meeting, we will be addressing some proposed changes. Please click here to view a PDF of these proposed changes. Please note that the verbiage highlighted in yellow are the suggested additions/deletions, while language to be added is underlined and language to be removed has a
line through it.
The rumor is, we have a lot of good well drillers and pump technicians in our industry but only a handful of good business operators. MWWDA wants to change that image!
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The MWWDA Convention Committee and Board of Directors are now taking applications for industry awards! Please review the MWWDA Award Nomination Form and if you know someone who meets one of these criteria, fill out the form and e-mail (or mail) it to Dave Schulenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org by the stated deadline.
MWWDA employs a professional lobbyist to represent our interests in Helena. We actively participate in the Water Policy Interim Committee meetings, DNRC rule-making, and with the Board of Water Well Contractors. Subscribe to weekly updates.
Our full-length newsletter provides in-depth information to our members three times per year. Our weekly info e-mails provide constant current information to those in the industry. Advertising in the newsletter.
What we do
The purpose of the MWWDA is to organize, maintain and operate a trade association for the benefit of its members. To collect and share with its members any scientific, educational or general trade information regarding the subject of well drilling and the sanitary aspects thereof. To monitor and appropriately support or oppose, any legislation seeking to regulate the drilling of wells and the sanitation aspects involved. To advance and further the general welfare and interests of its members.