Registration Now Open for October 25 Water Summit in Sacramento
One-day conference is the Foundation's premier annual event; Grab one of the last tickets for Eastern Sierra Tour
You can now register for the Water Education Foundation’s 39th annual Water Summit. The one-day conference will have leading policymakers and experts sharing the latest information and insights on water in California and the West. The event includes an evening reception for networking with speakers and fellow attendees from a variety of backgrounds.
The Water Summit will be held Wednesday, Oct. 25, in Sacramento, with the theme, Taking On the Improbable in Western Water. Speakers and conversations will focus on recent and ongoing changes in Western water management considered unlikely just a decade ago — and what we might expect in the near future.
The Water Summit is ideal for water district managers and board members; state and federal agency officials; city and county government leaders; farmers; environmentalists; attorneys; consultants; engineers; business executives; and public interest groups. Register here!
ONE TIME ONLY! Eastern Sierra Tour: September 12-15
Only a few seats remain for our special Eastern Sierra Tour next month! The 3-day, 3-night tour journeys along the Eastern Sierra from the Truckee River to Mono Lake and on through the Owens Valley to explore a major source of water for Southern California, examining the effects of this year’s epic snowpack and water challenges for towns, farms and the environment. We’re also marking the 40th anniversary of the pivotal Mono Lake case during the tour by discussing the importance of the public trust doctrine in allocating water in California and across the West. More information and registration details here!