Community Water Center

Community-driven water solutions through organizing, education, and advocacy

Learn More About SGMA

 

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Community Water Center has been working diligently to help educate stakeholders about the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) of 2014. Working with partners throughout the valley we have hosted a series of workshops for regional stakeholders and have also visited many of our local water boards to conduct individual informational sessions. If you are interested in learning more about SGMA implementation, or want to get involved, contact Adriana Renteria at (559) 733-0219. 

If you’re ready to get involved in groundwater planning, explore the following steps:

Step 1: Find your Groundwater Sustainability Agency by entering your home address here.

Step 2: Add yourself to your GSA’s interested parties list to receive updates for upcoming events by clicking on your GSA’s website and adding your email. Browse through their website to get caught up to speed and identify meeting times.

Step 3: Learn more about protecting drinking water in SGMA by reading through CWC’s SGMA resources page.

Step 4: Attend groundwater planning workshops to learn more and practice your skills.

Step 5: Participate in groundwater planning meetings in your GSA to advocate on behalf of your community’s drinking water needs!

 

Featured Resources

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Materials from past workshops:

Also check out this Groundwater Management Technical Assistance Tool developed by our friends at the Union of Concerned Scientists !

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