Policymakers, hydrologists, legal experts, economists and water managers will discuss California's management of groundwater -- past, present and future -- in a series of nine presentations, starting Monday, Jan 5, at the UC Davis School of Law, Room 2303. All sessions open to public.
Topics include the role of groundwater in managing droughts and recently enacted state legislation requiring local agencies to manage groundwater pumping and recharge sustainably. All presentations are open to the public. Organized by professors Richard Frank, Graham Fogg, Thomas Harter, Richard Howitt and Jay Lund, all with the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences
See attached flier for details.