What Does Making Conservation a California Way of Life Mean for Local Decision Makers?
Statewide Briefing Series
Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-37-16 a year ago elevating water conservation as a key strategy in California’s long-term plan to become water secure and resilient. A draft plan was issued in November, and the state has now released its Final Framework. This strategy will be implemented primarily at the local level – what does this mean exactly for public water utilities and their board members?
Join us at one of our briefings across California
February 13, 2017: Santa Clara Valley Water District
March 24, 2017: California State Capitol Building, Sacramento
May 22, 2017: Metropolitan Water District, Los Angeles
July 10, 2017: Central Valley Community Foundation, Fresno REGISTER
July 21, 2017: East Bay Municipal District, Oakland REGISTER
Not able to join us in person? We’ll be hosting a Webinar in late June, details coming soon!
Featured speakers include:
Max Gomberg, Climate and Conservation Manager, State Water Board
Peter Brostrom, Urban Water Efficiency Manager, Department of Water Resources
Joe Grindstaff, General Manager, Inland Empire Utilities Agency
Joone Lopez, General Manager, Moulton Niguel Water District
Sue Mosburg, CA-NV AWWA & Chair, Water Loss Control Collaborative
Moderator, Cynthia Koehler, Executive Director, WaterNow Alliance
Catalyzing Action: The WaterNow Alliance Annual Summit
April 20-21, 2017 — Boulder, CO
Fostering Resilience: Leading on Sustainable Water Solutions
October 25-26, 2016 — Orange County, CA
The WaterNow Alliance Inaugural Summit: Unlocking Opportunities
March 30-31, 2016 — Tempe, AZ