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Join Us in Fresno for the GSP Toolkit Release October 26th!

 

 

The Union of Concerned Scientists, Self-Help Enterprises, and Community Water Center invite you to a panel discussion on local groundwater sustainability planning and the launch of the toolkit, Getting Involved in Groundwater; A Guide to California’s Groundwater Sustainability Plans. Speakers will include:

 

Dr. Joaquin Arambula, Assemblymember, California State Legislature
Eric Osterling, Manager of Water Resources, Kings River Conservation District
Virginia Gurrola, former City Council member and Mayor, city of Porterville
Cruz Rivera, Vice-President, Plainview Mutual Water Company
Dr. Juliet Christian-Smith, toolkit co-author and Senior Program Officer, Water Foundation


The toolkit breaks down some of the technical components of the GSP process—such as water budgets and models, working with consultants, and setting sustainability goals—so getting involved and working together is easier.

 

Join us on October 26th, 2017 10:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. (lunch provided)

 

 Broadmoor Room, University Square Hotel 

441 N Cedar Ave, Fresno, CA 93726 

 

More info in English and Spanish here. 

 

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