|March 28, 2011
|8:45 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (Registration begins 8:15)
|The Frontier Project, Technology Room
|10435 Ashford Street
|Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Current water policies have not met diverse and growing demands for water supply reliability and quality, flood protection, or ecosystem health. The result is heightening conflict among competing parties. To move toward sustainable water management, California should consider a wide-ranging set of reforms. This half-day event, coinciding with the recent release of the PPIC report Managing California's Water: From Conflict to Reconciliation, brings together the authors and other noted water experts to discuss key elements of water policy reform.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided and there is no charge to attend.
The event is co-sponsored by the Cucamonga Valley Water District, the Public Policy Institute of California, and the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority.
Terry Catlin, chair, SAWPA and IEUA
Ellen Hanak, Public Policy Institute of California
Peter Moyle, University of California, Davis
Richard Zembal, natural resources director, Orange County Water District
Brian Thomas, managing director, Public Financial Management, Inc.
Celeste Cantú, general manager, SAWPA