Learn About “Living Within Our Means”
Long-term Water Management Featured Topic at March 25 Executive Briefing
The multi-year drought is the leading news story this year as water managers confront low reservoirs, reduced instream flows, water supply cutbacks, and the need for increased customer conservation. But even when this drought ends, many of these management challenges will not.
Experts say the effects of climate change, population growth and other factors will result in needing to further stretch supplies to meet future demands. Long-term management is the key.
Learn about water management strategies for today and tomorrow from our panel of experts at the Water Education Foundation’s March 25 Executive Briefing in Sacramento:
- Maureen Stapleton, General Manager, San Diego County Water Authority
- Mark Watte, Owner-Partner, George D. Watte & Sons Farming, Member, City of Tulare Board of Public Utilities, Board Member, Friant Water Authority Board
- Kate Poole, Senior Attorney and Litigation Director, Water Program, Natural Resources Defense Council
- Caitrin Phillips Chappelle, Associate Center Director, Public Policy Institute of California
Future challenges and the need to adapt to meet these changing conditions will be the focus of the panel, Long-term Water Management: Living Within Our Means, moderated by Mike Myatt with the California Water Foundation.
Other panel discussions will focus on the new Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Delta planning and the Salton Sea. Register today.