“New Water” Panel set to Discuss Ways to Augment Supply
Register today for our March 23 Executive Briefing
Experts from around the state will discuss groundbreaking ways to create additional water sources at the Water Education Foundation’s 34th annual Executive Briefing, “Wave of Change: Breaking the Status Quo,” on March 23 in Sacramento.
Topics addressed by speakers on the panel “Tapping New Sources: Water for the 21st Century” will include stormwater capture, water recycling and potable reuse, and water neutrality ordinances.
Also featured will be the Pure Water Monterey program, which will use wastewater, stormwater, food industry processing water and impaired surface waters to create purified potable water for domestic use, as well as irrigation.
Confirmed panelists include:
- David Stodt, general manager at the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District
- David Pettijohn, director of Water Resources at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
- Jennifer Harder, professor at the McGeorge School of Law
Other topics to be addressed at the event include:
- Getting Smarter About Water: Putting Data to Work
- A New Federal Administration: The View from DC
- Lifeline of the Southwest: Working to Avoid a Colorado River Shortage
- How the Water Flows: Update on the Proposed Delta Water Quality Plan
- Groundwater Management: Drilling into the Details of Sustainability Agencies
The briefing will be held at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West hotel, 2200 Harvard St. On-site registration and check-in will begin at 8:15 a.m., with the first speaker at 9 a.m. The event will adjourn at 5 p.m. to a hosted networking reception.
Click here to register.