This online short course offered through UC Davis and other
organizations will be held May 6, 13, 20, 27, and June
3 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
PDT with Q&A sessions from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
PDT. It will review the fundamental principles of
groundwater and watershed hydrology, water budgets, water
quality, and water law and regulation in an intuitive, highly
Through real world examples, participants learn about the most
common tools for measuring, monitoring, and assessing groundwater
and surface water resources. The course will then review the key
steps and elements of planning for groundwater sustainability.
The Water Education Foundation is a cooperating organization for
this online course.
The Water Education Foundation is
hosting a virtual open house on May 6 as part of the
of Giving campaign.
Drop into our online, happy-hour event between 4:30
p.m.- 6 p.m. to meet our staff in chat rooms,
learn how we pivoted and thrived in 2020, and find out how
we’re looking ahead for 2021. You can also learn more about
our Water Leaders
program, our K-12 education program known as
Project WET, our
water maps, our
workshops and tours.
The 2021 Spring Virtual Conference & Exhibition will
feature notable keynote speakers, statewide issue
forums, other diverse programs discussing critical issues
affecting the water industry, an interactive virtual Exhibit
Hall as well as a virtual Chat Lounge in which attendees can
connect with each other in small groups.
Explore the lower Colorado River where virtually every drop of the river is allocated, yet demand is growing from myriad sources — increasing population, declining habitat, drought and climate change.
The 1,450-mile river is a lifeline to 40 million people in the Southwest across seven states and Mexico. How the Lower Basin states – Arizona, California and Nevada – use and manage this water to meet agricultural, urban, environmental and industrial needs is the focus of this tour.