Join Us As We Explore SoCal Water Hub Oct. 8-9
And check out our other fall tours
Join us as we venture into Inland Southern California, a major hub of the region’s water operations where both the Colorado River Aqueduct and the State Water Project bring imported water.
But while much of the region depends on imported supplies, it is also blessed with ample groundwater and has strived in many cases to make every drop count through water recycling and other innovative means. Learn about this on our Southern California Tour, as we travel from Ontario to the Temecula wine country to see how the region has sought to implement drought-proofing measures.
Early bird prices good until Sept. 9. That’s next Wednesday! Click here for more information and to register securely online.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Drought-proofing communities
- Endangered species management
- Groundwater management and adjudication
- The role of wetlands in drinking water
- Drought-tolerant landscaping
- Wastewater treatment
- Water recycling
- Water-wise development
And don’t forget our other tours for this fall.
First on the list is the Sept. 24-25 Groundwater Tour that starts and ends at Sacramento International Airport. Learn about groundwater overdraft, management, quality and more.
Catch the tour bus and join us on our Oct. 21-23 Northern California Tour that includes visits to Oroville and Shasta dams.
Make plans now to learn about the challenges of restoring the flows and salmon population in the San Joaquin River – especially in such a dry year – on our Nov. 5-6 tour.