One of our most popular events, our annual Water 101 Workshop details the history, geography, legal and political facets of water in California as well as hot topics currently facing the state.
Taught by some of the leading policy and legal experts in the state, the one-day workshop on Feb. 7 gave attendees a deeper understanding of the state’s most precious natural resoures.
On Feb. 8, we jumped aboard a bus to explore groundwater, a key resource in California. Led by Foundation staff and groundwater experts Thomas Harter and Carl Hauge, retired DWR chief hydrogeologist, the tour visited cities and farms using groundwater, examined a subsidence measuring station and provided the latest updates on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
The annual workshop, held at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, was geared toward water resource industry staff, engineering and environmental firm personnel, city council members, county supervisors, legislators, legislative staff, press, advocates, attorneys, stakeholders, environmentalists, public interest organizations and water district directors.
“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.”
The Feb. 7 workshop was held inside the Lecture Hall at McGeorge School of Law, 3327 5th Ave., Sacramento, CA, 95817
Pickup for the tour on Feb. 8 will be at a parking lot on the law school campus.
Feb. 7 Workshop Only: $235 and includes lunch, coffee breaks, materials and reception following the workshop.
Feb. 7 Workshop and Feb. 8 Groundwater Tour: $465 and includes lunch on the first day, coffee breaks, materials and reception following the workshop. During the tour, it includes lunch, snacks, drinks and materials.
Please note: Participants can only attend the tour if they attend the workshop the day before.
Last day to cancel for a full refund is Jan. 24, 2019. Substitutions can be made three days prior to event.
Scholarships: We have a limited number of scholarships to fund a portion of the registration for the Feb. 7 workshop. Scholarships are awarded based on a few factors, including:
The workshop and tour were eligible for MCLE credits for attorneys for an extra charge.