7am Networking starts | 7:30am program begins
Join us on September 6th for a unique program, "Collaboration in the Region - the Key to Water Resiliency" with Grant Davis from Sonoma Water, Jennifer Burke from Santa Rosa Water, and moderator Mark Millan founder of Data Instincts. Learn more about our speakers below.
After several years of severe drought, last winter our region received an unexpectedly significant amount of rain. While that was most welcome, we all know that climate variability will continue to impact not only Sonoma County, but our state and the West in general.
What you may not know about is the high level of research and collaboration that water planners in our region are engaged in, to better prepare us for the inevitable droughts of the future – perhaps the very-near future.
Water is essential to our economy, the environment, and the health, well-being, and quality of life in the North Bay – making collaborations not just important, but unquestionably imperative.
Come learn firsthand about the critical studies that have been underway, learn who is collaborating with who, and gain insight into some of the challenges we face in navigating our water future.
A key aspect of this effort is strategic coordination and partnerships between various entities, and how we can maximize their potential water resources— both fresh water and recycled water.
Contact Ty Mooney, Executive Director for questions (707) 338-4767 or firstname.lastname@example.org