Drought Tour is Rare Opportunity to See Impacts Upclose
California’s worst drought on record is a hot topic of conversation but most people only have second-hand information about its real impacts.
The Water Education Foundation’s Drought Tour on September 1 & 2 gives you the chance to personally interact with real people facing real problems in one of the state’s hardest-hit areas.
It is a rare opportunity to speak to engineers maintaining California’s dams and canals, state regulators and managers, residents of disadvantaged communities desperate to know where to get enough water for their families, and farmers with thousands of acres of fallowed land.
Spend two days with us as we travel the San Joaquin Valley and get the real story behind the drought and what’s on the horizon for California’s water supply.
Click here to buy tickets today or call Tour Director Dan Scott at (916) 444-6240 for more information.