Top Managers in Santa Ana Watershed Address Latest Innovations at March 29 Event in Orange County
Sponsor, exhibit or apply for a scholarship to attend Santa Ana River Watershed Conference
The Public Policy Institute of California has long cited water management in the Santa Ana River watershed as one of the foremost examples of integrated, multi-benefit water management planning in the state.
At the March 29th Santa Ana River Watershed Conference in Orange County, the PPIC’s Ellen Hanak will put the top managers of the watershed’s five major water districts on the hot seat to uncover the region’s latest innovations and find out what the next generation of integrated water management planning looks like.
Hanak will moderate a panel titled “Investments in the Watershed and Looking Forward” featuring Paul Jones of Eastern Municipal Water District; Mike Markus of Orange County Water District, Doug Headrick of San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District; Chris Berch of Inland Empire Utilities Agency and Craig Miller of Western Municipal Water District.
The panel will be featured at the daylong event, Moving Forward Together: From Planning to Action Across the Watershed, being held at Cal State Fullerton on March 29.
Find more details and register here to attend the conference.
You can also:
- Become a sponsor of this key water conference. Contact Patrick Dunlap with any questions.
- Exhibit at the conference. Contact Kasey Chong with any questions.
Apply for a scholarship if you are:
- a low-income community member living in the watershed and want to attend the conference.
- a nonprofit that serves the watershed and wants to exhibit free of charge and/or send up to three employees to the conference.
The event is convened by the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) and coordinated by the Water Education Foundation.