San Joaquin Valley Water and Land Use Series- Part 1.1 Introduction to the New Groundwater Law

This video is an introduction to the new groundwater law, Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). It goes over why SGMA passed, what it aims to achieve, and the six “sins” of SGMA to avoid.

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