Water 101 Workshop a Rare Opportunity for New Water District Directors
Once-a-year event gives statewide context to California's most critical resource
Our Water 101 Workshop is a unique, once-a-year opportunity designed to give newly elected water district directors and other participants a chance to go beyond the headlines and gain a deeper understanding of California water.
Participants at the Feb. 22 workshop at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento will learn from top experts about:
- the history and hydrology of water in California
- the story behind the big water projects
- the state’s water rights system
- the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
- which agencies regulate what water issues
- how water bills move through the Legislature
Special emphasis will be on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the hub of California’s water systems. A session focused on the Delta will be held during the workshop and an optional one-day tour of the Delta will be held the next day.
Reviews from past Water 101 attendees:
“Great workshop. Loved it! Learned a lot and I feel inspired.”
“Outstanding in all aspects. Great job done by everyone.”
“You folks put on phenomenal events: Well thought-out agenda, logical order, fantastic speakers, and ample breaks/networking opportunities.”
Water 101 will be beneficial to not only water district directors but to all water resource industry staff, engineering and environmental firm personnel, city council members, county supervisors, legislators, legislative staff, press, advocates, attorneys, stakeholders, environmentalists and public interest organizations.
Click here to get more details on this workshop and register securely online.