May 29, 2019
Rains to Bay - A Deep Watershed Dive
Mitchell Park Community Center
3700 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
Join Mayor Sam Liccardo and Supervisor Dave Pine, along with over 150 water leaders and decision makers from across the water cycle, representing state and local governments, agencies, institutional users, engineering and service providers.
Together, we’ll share project experiences, insights and visions for a more resilient and prosperous Bay Area. Our interactive sessions will highlight compelling technologies, policies, and innovations in all forms.
July 1-2, 2019
2019 California Water Data Science Symposium: Open Water California
CalEPA Headquarters Building- Byron Scher Auditorium
1001 I Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
The Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP), the California Water Quality Monitoring Council, and the San Francisco Estuary Institute (SFEI) are hosting the Fourth Annual California Water Data Science Symposium on July 1-2, 2019 in Sacramento, CA. This annual event aims to enhance how water quality monitoring generates meaningful data that informs water quality management decisions. This year’s Symposium will revolve around the theme of Open Water California- Innovating Through Integrating and Expanding the Water Data Community. Water data is being collected by a more diverse group of citizens and organizations than ever.
July 25-26, 2019
Sustainable Groundwater Planning in California
Sutter Square Galleria
2901 K St in
Sacramento, CA 95816
This installment in our continuing series on implementation of California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) focuses on key current issues for developing Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs). We’ll start with the two primary state agencies reporting on implementation progress from the state’s perspective. We’ll then turn to the first of our substantive panels with a discussion of modeling tools and their role in determining sustainable yields for GSPs.
If your basin is over-subscribed, you’ll be particularly interested in the speakers who will be addressing approaches for augmenting water supplies to avoid or reduce cuts in groundwater production. We’ll round out the first day with a discussion of how GSPs can address effects of groundwater production on surface streams.
The second day focuses on the potential need for production allocations and the interplay between SGMA and groundwater allocations. We’ll conclude with the current best thinking on SGA/GSP finance.
We encourage you to take a careful look at the topics and speaker credentials–they are people you’ll want to get to know. Plan to stay for the reception at the end of the first day, where you can speak one-on-one with our conference faculty.
Aug. 14-16, 2019
26th Annual Water Conference
Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
1775 East Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
The Urban Water Institute will host its Annual Water Conference in San Diego.