February 2, 11am – 12pm
California’s urban and agricultural regions face different but equally daunting water challenges. Partnerships can help build a more secure water future for cities and farms, bring environmental benefits, and improve resilience across California’s water system.
Join the PPIC Water Policy Center and state and local experts for a panel discussion on how to build partnerships to develop and manage water supplies for broad benefit.
FREE WEBINAR: Collaboration Across IRWM and SGMA: Coordinating Project Development
Listen to real stories of how Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSA) work with Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) regions to develop and select multi-benefits projects. This is the second of a series of webinars exploring a range of topics relevant to IRWM and SGMA.
Jeannie Habben, Deputy Director of Water and Natural Resources, Madera County
Matt Zidar, Water Resources Manager, San Joaquin County Dept of Public Works
Arne Anselm, Deputy Director, Ventura County Water Resources (Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency (GMA)
Lynn Rodriguez, IRWM Program Manager, Watersheds Coalition of Ventura County
February 9-10, Online
The first AGWT-AGWA 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 and state elected officials involved with water policy issues.
February 10, 5:00pm – 6:30pm
California’s Groundwater Update 2020 California’s Groundwater (Bulletin 118) is an inventory and assessment of available information on the occurrence and nature of California’s groundwater to inform decisions affecting the protection, use, and management of the resource.
Please join a member of DWR’s Groundwater Team who will present on the background of Bulletin 118 / California’s Groundwater, and an overview of the content of Update 2020 and supporting resources.
February 23, 24 online
The water industry is constantly changing. What are the new and innovative ways professionals are measuring, predicting, and communicating about water? How will they change in the future?
Water resiliency depends on constant improvement, risk taking, and collaboration. Join us February 23rd and 24th 2021 to learn leading edge technology and new or future methods for monitoring, remote sensing, communication, modeling, data science, water quality threats, water planning and water markets.
The curated program for this conference will educate, engage, and inform both technical experts and water managers alike.