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Support the PPIC Water Policy Center

The PPIC Water Policy Center connects nonpartisan, objective research to real-world water management debates, with the goal of putting California water policy on a sustainable and constructive path. To ensure its success, the center is building a broad base of supporters who appreciate the vital need for a reliable, independent, and trusted broker in California’s water policy debate. Help us spur innovative water management solutions. Learn More

Our Supporters

We’d like to thank the supporters and event partners of the PPIC Water Policy Center.

Almond Board of California
Ashley Boren and Dan Purtell
Association of California Water Agencies
Blue Diamond Growers
California American Water Co.
California Council for Environmental & Economic Balance
California Trout
California Water Institute at Fresno State
California Water Service
Colleen and Robert D. Haas
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
The Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation
Driscoll’s
DSO
Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Environmental Defense Fund
F. Thomas Biglione
Frances Spivy-Weber
Golden State Water Company
Lagunitas Brewing Company
Lester Snow
Mas and Marcy Masumoto/Masumoto Family Farm
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Mojave Water Agency
Morgan Family Foundation
The Nature Conservancy
Netafim
Nicole Van Vleck/Montna Farms
Northern California Water Association
Pisces Foundation
Richard Frank
Rosenberg Ach Foundation
S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
The San Diego Foundation
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Sonoma County Water Agency
Stephen and Carol Lombardi
Sustainable Conservation
TomKat Foundation
United States Environmental Protection Agency
The Walton Family Foundation
Water Foundation, an initiative of the Resources Legacy Fund
Western Growers
The Wonderful Company

 

Past supporters of the PPIC Water Policy Center include:
Burt Nanus
Resources for the Future
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Teresa Alvarado
US Green Building Council
USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

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