Localizing California Waters Conference
November 5 – 8, Yosemite
The Localizing California Waters Conference takes place this November 5-8, 2019 in Yosemite, CA. This year’s event is focused on finding innovative solutions to advancing local water policy while activating Governor Newsom’s Water Portfolio.
We’ll be discussing multiple approaches and tools available for on-the-ground methods to further best water management practices.
Speakers include Chair of the State Water Board E. Joaquin Esquivel, Debbie Franco (Senior Advisor of Water and Rural Affairs, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research), Letitia Grenier (Senior Scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute), and Dennis O’Connor (Senate Committee on Natural Resources), as well as other water thought leaders, researchers, ecologists and designers.
More information is available at www.localizingcaliforniawaters.org
MCWRA Water Symposium: A look into the future for California’s watersheds and water conservation legislation framework update.
November 8, Auburn
Featured speaker is Senator Brian Dahle. Panel discussion topics include Forested Land Partnerships, Solving our Natural Resource Challenges Together, and an update on the implementation of the Water Conservation Legislation.
Science symposium: Thresholds and Ecosystem Restoration
November 19, UC Davis
How can scientific understanding of ecosystem multiple states more effectively inform restoration and management, and vice versa? Addressing these questions requires scientists to understand challenges that confront managers in making decision about ecosystem restoration, as well as managers to understand the methods available to diagnose ecosystem changes and associated uncertainties.
To achieve this exchange, this one-day symposium will bring together scientists and managers considering multiple stable states in a wide variety of ecosystems. The central goals of the symposium are to (1) inform scientists about decision-making process and real-world challenges in ecosystem management and restoration, (2) inform managers of the latest decision support tools emerging from science on ecosystem multiple stable states, and (3) promote dialogue and potential collaboration among scientists and managers working on the delta-estuary-marine ecosystem continuum.
ACWA Fall Conference: Partnerships in Action
December 3-6, San Diego
ACWA conferences are the premier destination for water industry professionals to learn and connect. Program offerings include Statewide Issue Forums, Town Hall discussions, Region Programs and sessions covering a wide range of topics including groundwater management, water rates issues, crisis communications, affordable drinking water issues, municipal finance, and more.
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