This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes: Adaptation forum will cover strategies for creating resilient communities; Two-day workshop will include a close look at California’s climate change assessment; The potential of delta salinization to be discussed during Davis symposium; California’s new laws on water use goals to be addressed during webinar; White paper explores the development of cash reserve policies for utilities; Comments being accepted on draft plan for protecting California’s marine areas; New management plan for Inyo National Forest will cover 10–15 years
From the California Water Law Journal blog, in a post by Adam Borchard:
“The 2014 California Water Law Symposium was hosted on Saturday, February 8th at UC Hastings College of the Law. It featured eight concurrent panels on contemporary water law and policy issues facing California.
From the California Natural Resources Agency, Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Food and Agriculture:
“As California experiences one of the driest winters on record, the California Natural Resources Agency, the California Environmental Protection Agency, and the California Department of Food and Agriculture released the final California Water Action Plan, laying out goals and vision for the next five years. The plan will guide state efforts to enhance water supply reliability, restore damaged and destroyed ecosystems, and improve the resilience of our infrastructur