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Foundation Event

Test-Run a User’s Guide to Delta Restoration
FREE July 25 Delta Landscapes Workshop

The Delta Landscapes Project (funded by California Department of Fish & Wildlife) offers new insights into the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, examining how to achieve better restoration outcomes by understanding how the natural systems originally functioned.

Given the complexities of the restoration efforts and the large number of agencies and stakeholders involved, in-person dialog among restoration practitioners, landowners and regulators is necessary to adapt the scientific findings into a usable framework for on-the-ground decision-making.

At this Delta Landscapes briefing, participants will test-run and provide feedback on a user’s guide that can be used to integrate the technical findings of the Delta Landscapes Project for use by the Delta community.

Eventbrite - Delta Landscapes Workshop



Civic Center Galleria
1110 West Capitol Ave.
West Sacramento, CA 95691
Foundation Event

Land Subsidence in the San Joaquin Valley
Free Briefing to be held in Fresno

Land subsidence caused by groundwater pumping has been a problem for decades in the San Joaquin Valley, but an increased reliance on aquifers during the last decade has resulted in subsidence rates in excess of a foot per year in some parts of the region.

University Business Center
Fresno State
Fresno, CA
Tour Dan Scott

Headwaters Tour 2017
Field Trip (NEW DATE)

Sixty percent of California’s developed water supply originates high in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Our water supply is largely dependent on the health of our Sierra forests, which are suffering from ecosystem degradation, drought, wildfires and widespread tree mortality. Join us as we head into the foothills and the mountains to examine water issues that happen upstream but have dramatic impacts downstream and throughout the state. 

Eventbrite - Headwaters Tour

Other Event

Groundwater Resources Association of California Annual Conference

2917: Time for Collaboration and Innovation Toward Sustainable Management of Groundwater for Quality and Supply

GRA’s 2017 Conference and 26th Annual Meeting will provide policy makers, practitioners, researchers, and educators the opportunity to learn about current policies, regulations and technical challenges affecting the protection, use and management of groundwater in California. Attendees will learn from real world successful case studies on groundwater management, replenishment and recharge, and groundwater protection and remediation, and will walk away with concepts and solutions that can be applied to their local projects and groundwater management issues.

Cooperating organizations include the Water Education Foundation

Hilton Arden West
2220 Harvard Street
Sacramento, CA 95815
Tour Dan Scott

Northern California Tour 2017
Field Trip

Explore the Sacramento River and its tributaries through a scenic landscape as we learn about the issues associated with a key source for the state’s water supply. All together, the river and its tributaries supply 35 percent of California’s water and feed into two major projects: the State Water Project and the federal Central Valley Project.

Eventbrite - Northern California Tour

This 3-day, 2-night tour travels across the Sacramento Valley and follows the river north from Sacramento through Chico to Redding and Lake Shasta, where participants take a houseboat ride.

Foundation Event Jennifer Bowles

Water Education Foundation’s 40th Anniversary Celebration Dinner
Save the Date - Oct. 26 in Sacramento

The Water Education Foundation will be marking its 40th Anniversary at the Sterling Hotel in Sacramento. We will kick off the festivities with a 6 p.m. reception followed by dinner.

In addition, we will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of our popular Water Leaders program with a reception just for alums starting at 5 p.m.

More details to come but for now please mark your calendars!

Sterling Hotel
Sacramento, CA
Tour Dan Scott

San Joaquin River Restoration Tour 2017
Field Trip

Participants of this tour snake along the San Joaquin River to learn firsthand about one of the nation’s largest and most expensive river restoration plans.

The San Joaquin River was the focus of one of the most contentious legal battles in California water history, ending in a 2006 settlement between the federal government, Friant Water Users Authority and a coalition of environmental groups.

Eventbrite - San Joaquin River Restoration Tour

Other Event

ACWA Fall 2017 Conference

Anaheim Marriott Hotel