Mono Lake at 20: Past, Present and Future
Water Education Foundation is Cosponsor of Nov. 17 Event
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the landmark State Water Resources Control Board’s “public trust” decision regarding Mono Lake and its tributary creeks.
The impacts of this decision and what it has meant for Mono Lake and beyond will be the focus of a one-day symposium on Nov. 17. The symposium will be held at the Byron Sher Auditorium, CalEPA Headquarters in Sacramento. The symposium is sponsored by the UC Berkeley’s Wheeler Institute for Water Law and Policy. The Water Education Foundation is a cosponsor.
The program will bring together panelists from multiple perspectives to distill lessons learned from 20 years of concerted effort to implement the Mono Lake decision, and from efforts elsewhere to implement environmental flows by regulators who are confronting public trust issues. Click here for more information about the Nov. 17 symposium.