JUNE CALENDAR EVENTS: Golf courses, the environment and water conservation: The new reality; O. C. Water Summit: Finding water; A symposium on statewide water conservation; CA water quality health indicators and data science symposium

Golf Courses, the Environment and Water Conservation: The New Reality (San Francisco) June 8, 5:30pm While some people may think of the golf industry as one of waste and excess, recent climate changes and resources have required golf course operators to rethink their strategy when it comes to golfing, natural resources and adjustments for changing golf courses and game environments. […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Inland Empire environmental issues conference; Improving long-range weather forecasts; Groundwater law conference; Facilitator training for water professionals; Delta smelt culture program; Santa Ana River Watershed Conference

May 5: 2017 Inland Empire Your Voice Land, Air and Water: Navigating Complex Environmental Issues in the Inland Empire 9am to 4pm, Riverside Join the Environmental Law Section of the California State Bar for a community conference focusing on environmental issues in the Inland Empire.  5.5 Hours Participatory MCLE Credit available for attendance. Click here for more information. May 17-19: […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Recycled water as drinking water: Exploring direct potable reuse; Delta Proposition 1 Grant Program Workshop; Anne Schneider Memorial Lecture: Robert B. Maddow: “Anne’s New Paradigm for Sound Water and Natural Resources Policy–Creative Thinking Needed”

April 3: Recycled water as drinking water: Exploring direct potable reuse 6pm to 7:30pm, Sacramento This event is free and seating is limited.Please RSVP to go.mcgeorge.edu/waterlecture to secure your seat today. SPEAKERS Dr. George Tchobanoglous: Affectionately known by colleagues and students as “George T” – is an international authority on wastewater treatment, management and reuse. He’s widely recognized for promoting […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: CEQA Scoping Meeting for Delta Plan amendments; Water Storage Investment Program Application Assistance Workshop; Lecture on exploring direct potable reuse; CA Water Policy Conference; Building capacity for regional sustainability in CA

March 24: CEQA Scoping Meeting for Delta Plan amendments 10am to noon, Sacramento The Delta Stewardship Council, pursuant to CEQA guidelines,will host a public scoping meeting to receive oral and written comments for the Council’s preparation of a Program Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for proposed amendments to the Delta Plan in the areas of Delta Levee Investment and Risk Reduction […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Water for People, Water Education Foundation’s Executive Briefing; Spring 2017 Report on the Sierra Nevada and Bay Area Water; California Water Policy Conference

Water for People March 22 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm in Walnut Creek You’re invited to celebrate World Water Day with Water For People, a global nonprofit committed to ending the global water crisis.  Join us for a free networking event to learn more about Water For People’s work across 9 developing countries and how you can affect change globally […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: CA Water: Recipes for Success; Public Workshops for the Delta Plan Amendment for Conveyance, Storage and Operations; Water stress and a changing San Joaquin Valley; McGeorge Water Law Symposium: The State Water Board Turns 50

California Water: Recipes for Success March 2nd, Davis Please join UC Water and California Institute for Water Resources for a workshop focused on what we are doing well in California water. This one-day event will bring together examples of successful water management from a diversity of locations, scales, and water sectors in California. The morning will involve brief presentations and […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Legislative hearings on Cal Water Fix; Metropolitan’s water tech conference; The new Trump administration – A view from the top; Kern County Water Summit

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 […]

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UPCOMING CONFERENCES: California Irrigation Institute: Managing our water checkbook; Contaminants in the Bay-Delta: Novel tools and approaches; Cal Desal Annual Conference: Desalination and Salt Management; Urban Water Institute Spring Conference: Water: Worries and wonders

California Irrigation Institute: ‘Managing our Water Checkbook: Solutions for a Balanced Bottom Line’ January 30-31 The California Irrigation Institute presents its 55th annual conference January 30-31, 2017 in Sacramento. The conference is attended by agricultural, urban and environmental interests including water districts, farmers, irrigation manufacturers, associations and government agency representatives. The featured keynote speaker is Jay Famiglietti, a hydrologist, a […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: CA Water Law Symposium: The Bay-Delta: Understanding what’s at stake for the region’s future; SoCal Water Committee Quarterly Luncheon; CA Irrigation Institute: ‘Managing our Water Checkbook: Solutions for a Balanced Bottom Line’

Here are some January events worth noting: California Water Law Symposium: The Bay-Delta: Understanding what’s at stake for the region’s future (San Francisco) January 21st The California Bay-Delta—made up of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Rivers Delta and San Francisco Bay—has, for the past 150 years, been inundated with man-made alterations causing a steep decline in the region’s health. To date, certain […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Upcoming conferences focus on Bay Area, NorCal, and SoCal regional water issues; water stewardship; and Bay Delta science

Many conferences happening between now and Thanksgiving … November 10: Bay Area Confluence: A call to action for regional water resilience Join decision makers from cities, counties, special districts, and utilities in responding to the call to action to address the region’s 21st century water infrastructure challenges. The event continues the work of the Association of Bay Area Governments’ Regional […]

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