The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act: What can we learn from the management of fisheries?

As California grapples with new regulations under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), local water managers are considering groundwater markets as a strategy for achieving sustainability targets. While groundwater trading may be a relatively new concept to California, tradable allocations have been deployed extensively in the past for other renewable resources like fisheries. Join us to discuss the lessons learned from tradable catch shares in fisheries. Following an update on SGMA developments across the state by UC Berkeley Ph.D. Student Arthur Wardle, we will have guided Q&A with AquaShares VP James Workman and fisheries economist Dr. Kailin Kroetz (Arizona State University).

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