Do you know a leader dedicated to solving California's water management challenges?
California needs more leaders who can cross boundaries, connect resources, and choose bold action that serves California's communities, farms, and nature. The Water Solutions Network seeks to empower more of these leaders and advance cross-sector collaboration for our water future.
Our 2020 cohort of 24 people will participate in a shared learning experience beginning next spring, building relationships and skills to enable collective problem-solving and action. The group will be comprised of mid-career leaders from a wide variety of sectors — farmers, irrigation and residential water managers, conservationists, environmental justice advocates, and more — who live and work in the Lower Colorado River Basin serving California and Lower Klamath River basins. You can read about our current and future cohorts here.
Applications are open through midnight PST on Friday, November 8, 2019.
The Water Solutions Network is a joint project of three partners: Coro Northern California and DIG IN, with funding from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation. The network is guided by a group of leaders drawn from all sectors; esteemed members of the Advisory Council are listed below.
Please share this announcement with your contacts. We hope you will nominate exceptional candidates for the Water Solutions Network.
The Water Solutions Network Team
Coro Northern California, DIG IN, and Celeste Cantu
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