CALENDAR NOTES: Upcoming webinars cover Communicating with ratepayers about water rate increases; PFAS in groundwater & surface waters; Groundwater adjudications and SGMA; Watershed solutions through data sharing & collaboration; and more …

WEBINAR: Communicating with Ratepayers – Getting Past “Paying More for Less Tuesday, May 29, 2018 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am Across the West, public utilities are facing the necessity of raising and restructuring water rates to address operating and capital needs, and create successful efficiency programs. While often leading to lower long-term rates, efficiency investments can aggravate short-term rate […]

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MAY CALENDAR EVENTS: Peer to peer 2018: Tools and training for water conservation professionals; Headwaters in Peril; legislation – funding – constraints; Navigating Bay Area water: Emerging technology solutions

Peer to peer 2018: Tools and training for water conservation professionals May 30-31, San Francisco Peer-to-Peer is a two-day, dynamic gathering of water conservation and efficiency professionals that is designed to be an interactive experience. Now in its third year, Peer-to-Peer is back in Northern California at P G & E’s Pacific Energy Center. This event is designed for both […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Salmon Disease Ecology Workshop; Symposium on Making Safe, Clean, Affordable and Accessible Water a Reality; California Water Policy Conference: Water we going to do?; Is your community prepared for extreme weather events?; Innovative Water Technologies

Salmon Disease Ecology Workshop March 14, UC Davis Record high temperatures during the recent drought coupled with high mortality in juvenile salmon has raised awareness of the role pathogens and diseases may play in Central Valley salmon. This symposium will cover topics such as: what is known about pathogens and diseases in wild salmon populations in the Central Valley, what […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: 2018 Kern County Water Summit: Navigating Change; Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program Annual Summit; Protecting California’s Water Future; Symposium on Making Safe, Clean, Affordable and Accessible Water a Reality

2018 Kern County Water Summit: Navigating Change March 7, Bakersfield Enjoy a day of interesting and informative presentations on all facets of water: California WaterFix, groundwater rights and regulations, a new urban water tax and top-notch keynote speakers. The day culminates with a networking reception. Don’t miss this amazing day dedicated to water issues that impact every person and business […]

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FEBRUARY CALENDAR EVENTS: Cal Desal Annual Conference; Urban Water Institute Spring Conference; AGWA/AGWT Annual Conference: Everything aquifers and groundwater management; Water 101 Workshop: The basics and beyond

Cal Desal Annual Conference February 1-2, Monterey The goal of this conference is to stimulate discussion to further develop a sustainable desalination and salt management strategy for California. Click here for more information and to register.   Urban Water Institute Spring Conference February 7-9, Palm Springs Join the Urban Water Institute for their spring conference in Palm Springs.  Panels address […]

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JANUARY CALENDAR NOTES: Sustainable Viticulture Forum; Webinar on Findings of the Oroville Dam Spillway Forensic Investigation; CA Water Plan Update 2018 All Chapters Web-A-Thon; CA Water Law Symposium; CA Irrigation Institute

Here are some noteworthy events coming up this month.  To view all events, click here to view the complete calendar. Sustainable Viticulture Forum: Technology and Water January 9th, Forestville Sustainable winegrowing is a priority for many California vintners, particularly with regard to water management. The goal of this forum is to understand the wine industry’s major sustainability challenges in water and […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: The human right to water, Managed groundwater recharge forum, Latest in weather forecasting, Delta biotelemetry symposium, Bursting the CA water bubble

The Human Right To Water: Turning Principles Into Action Friday, November 3, Sacramento The symposium, hosted by the McGeorge School of Law, will bring together academics, practitioners, and agencies to explore the ways in which the human right to water can be implemented in California, the U.S., and across the world. Featuring Keynote Speaker Dr. Peter Gleick, Professor Emeritus, Pacific […]

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OCTOBER CALENDAR EVENTS: Groundwater water rights, Water Smart Innovations, State of the Estuary, Negotiating enviro agreements, Riparian summit, Priorities for CA water; Delta and tributaries

Executive Training on Water Rights in Groundwater Friday, October 6, 2017 from 08:30 am to 12:00 pm McGeorge School of Law California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act preserves existing water rights in groundwater. Agencies and project proponents must address such rights in sustainability planning, projects to increase yield, and pumping reductions. Yet California’s structure of groundwater rights is notoriously complex, directly […]

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SEPTEMBER EVENTS: Floodplain Management Association Conference; Two conferences on California’s headwater forests; SoCal Edison Water Conference; Santa Barbara recycled water tour/forum; Water Smart Innovations

Floodplain Management Association Conference (San Diego) September 5-8 You are invited to participate in the premier Annual Conference  in Floodplain Management of the West. This popular event brings together nearly 600 attendees from government, academia, private sector and non-profits to discuss the latest strategies, tools and technologies in floodplain and flood risk management.  The Conference offers critical policy panel discussions, […]

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CALENDAR NOTES: Sharing groundwater: A robust system for achieving SGMA; San Bernardino County Water Conference; Urban Water Institute’s Annual Conference; Second Annual California Water Data Summit

Sharing Groundwater: A Robust System for Achieving SGMA August 3rd, Bakersfield Mike Young, Professor of Environmental and Water Policy Centre for Global Food and Resources, The University of Adelaide, Australia, will do a brief review of his introduction to sharing groundwater then present more detailed and specific methods of achieving a sharing system.  (The presentation is a follow up to […]

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