Mapping Water Use to be a Key Topic at May 25th Water Conference in Ontario
Sponsorship & exhibitor opportunities still available along with scholarships for nonprofits, low-income community members
Times are changing in the water world with a finite supply of water, climate change producing more drought conditions and constant water demands for agricultural, residential and environmental needs. Data – statistics collected for reference or analysis – is one way to make water management more efficient through better information for agencies and stakeholders who can, in turn, facilitate the transformation.
Experts will discuss the important data trend, new technology and how it will change water management in the future during a panel discussion about “Mapping Water Use, Making the Watershed Resilient” during the Santa Ana River Watershed Conference on May 25th in Ontario.
The panel features:
- Joone Lopez, General Manager, Moulton Niguel Water District
- Christine Boyle, Founder and CEO at Valor Water Analytics, Inc.
- Chelsea Minton, Director of Sales and Partner Relations, OmniEarth
- Deilson De Silva, Enablement Engineer, Esri
- Moderator: Martha Davis, Executive Manager/AGM for Policy Development – Retired Annuitant, Inland Empire Utilities Agency
The 2017 Santa Ana River Watershed Conference is being convened by the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) and coordinated by the Water Education Foundation. Themed, 21st Century Water Strategy: Working Together to Make a Finite Resource Infinite, the conference is expected to draw 300 attendees from across the watershed and California.
Click here for more information and to register online.
A limited number of scholarships for nonprofits and low-income community members are available. Click here to access an application.