Here are some upcoming events this month that you might be interested in …
Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Water to hold hearings on Cal Water Fix
February 14, February 28
The Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Water will hold two hearings this month on the California Water Fix project.
The first hearing will be held on February 14 at 1:30pm and will be an update on the status of the project. The second hearing will be held on February 28 at 1:30pm and will look at perspectives on the project.
The Committee is chaired by Senator Robert Hertzberg, who represents the San Fernando Valley.
Metropolitan to host technical conference on groundwater, recycled water, seawater desalination, and stormwater pilot studies
February 23 from 9:30am to 3:30pm
In 2013, Metropolitan’s Board approved a pilot Foundational Actions Funding (FAF) Program that consisted of technical studies and pilot projects pertaining to the areas of groundwater, recycled water, seawater desalination, and stormwater. Foundational Actions, now referred to as Future Supply Actions, are relatively low-cost, low risk preliminary actions to better prepare the region for unforeseen water supply challenges. These actions allow us to develop cost-effective solutions in time of need.
On February 23, 2017, Metropolitan will be hosting a Technical Conference that will showcase all projects that participated in the FAF Program.
The new Trump administration – A view from the top (Auburn)
February 24, 9:30am to 3:30pm
At the Mountain Counties Water Resources Association’s first regional event of 2017, meet Federal and State representatives in person and hear their views on the new Trump Administration.
In the afternoon, a regional panel of top managers will provide their views. Panelists will also discuss challenges and opportunities and how to work with our state and federal partners to enhance local and regional interests in the mountain counties region.
2017 Kern County Water Summit
March 1st, 7:00am to 5:00pm
What every business owner, community leader, public official, oil company manager or farmer needs to know about how water impacts growth, development and sustainability.
A full day of discussion about California’s most critical water issues – Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta challenges; groundwater legislation/implementation/impacts; urban water management; economics of water; and politics of water.
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