UPCOMING WEBINARS: Flood risk, Harmful Algae Blooms, Water quality, Drought outlook, Planning tools for SGMA, WOTS and WOTUS, Conceptual models for IRWM, and more …

There are a lot of webinars coming up in the next couple of weeks, and most of them are *free*!  Check out the list below, and for a look at the complete calendar of meetings, conferences, and more, click here for the complete calendar of events. WEBINAR: California Flood Risk and the National Flood Insurance Program May 21, 12-1pm Free […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: Symposium: Moving beyond myths; Workshop on access to sanitation for homeless; Managing wastewater in a changing climate; Safe and reliable? The future of California water

Below are a few of the upcoming events happening in the last half of April.  This is just a sampling … for more conferences, meetings, webinars and events this month and beyond, click here to check out the full calendar. Association of Water Agencies of Ventura: 27th Water Symposium: Moving Beyond Myths Oxnard, April 18 Misunderstandings and misrepresentations about water […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: Webinar on Fox Canyon Groundwater Market; American Water Works Assn Confluence 2019; Bruce Babbitt & Ellen Hanak: Parting the Waters; California Water Policy Conference

WEBCAST: “Groundwater Conservation Through Well Extraction Management – A Case Study into the Fox Canyon Groundwater Market” March 20 The Fox Canyon groundwater market is the result of a grower-led initiative authorized by the Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency, in Ventura County, California. In 2017 a centralized market for individual landowners to buy and sell groundwater was launched on the […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: 2019 Kern County Water Summit: Navigating change; American Water Works Association: Confluence 2019; Parting The Waters – Will It Take A Miracle?; CA Water Policy Conference: The New Shape of Water

2019 Kern County Water Summit: Navigating change March 7, Bakersfield Featured speakers include Tim Petty, Assistant Secretary of the US Department of Interior; Dan Walters, journalist; Felicia Marcus, Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board; Jason Peltier, Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, and others. Panel topics include desalination, aging infrastructure, and restoration of river flows. Click here for more […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: Planning and Conservation League’s 2019 California Environmental Assembly; Urban Water Institute Spring Conference; 2019 Kern County Water Summit: Navigating change; 2019 Santa Ana River Watershed Conference

Below is just a sampling of the events going on in the California water world.  Find even more conferences, events, and public meetings on the full calendar. Planning and Conservation League’s 2019 California Environmental Assembly: Confronting a Future at Risk February 23, Sacramento As climate change and wildfires become more pressing matters in California, scientists, lawyers, and decision makers must […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: American Groundwater Trust Annual Conference; PPIC: Water and the future of the San Joaquin Valley; Urban Water Institute Spring Conference; Kern County Water Summit

AGWT Conference: “Everything aquifers and groundwater management” February 11-12, Ontario The first AGWA/AGWT joint conference was held in Ontario, CA in 2000. Since then, this annual event has provided an important information exchange and networking opportunity for California’s water agencies, utilities and water districts, and for all water professionals (scientific, engineering, managerial, legal, environmental, regulatory), end-users of water, and local […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: CA Water Law Symposium: SGMA and beyond; Water and the future of the San Joaquin Valley; Kern County Water Summit; Negotiating effective environmental agreements

Here are some upcoming calendar events to bring to your attention – however, it’s only a sampling.  Get the full calendar by clicking here. California Water Law Symposium: California groundwater: SGMA and beyond February 2, San Francisco The California Water Law Symposium is a unique collaboration of law students from seven Northern California law schools–Berkeley Law, Stanford Law, UC Hastings […]

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CALENDAR EVENTS: Bridging the gap: Increasing capture of flood flows during extreme weather events; CA Water Law Symposium: SGMA & beyond; Intro to groundwater and groundwater sustainability plans; Certificate in water management and leadership

Here are some upcoming events you might be interested in.  This is just an assortment of events – there’s plenty more on the full calendar. Click here to view the complete calendar. Bridging the Gap: Increasing Capture of Flood Flows During Extreme Weather Events January 28-29, San Diego Increasing stormwater capture and recharge is being examined throughout California, particularly in […]

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AUGUST CONFERENCES: Maximizing Alluvial Aquifers, San Bernardino Water Conference; Urban Water Institute Annual Conference; CA Water Data Summit

Maximizing America’s Alluvial Aquifers Conference August 8, Healdsburg An intense one-day information-exchange program about science, design, engineering and operational issues related to extracting groundwater from unconsolidated aquifers using riverbed and riverbank alluvial aquifers to naturally filter the source water. This program will discuss: case studies from experts in the design, construction and operation of riverbank filtration facilities in the Western […]

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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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