Join the California Water Boards for an engaging conversation on “Enhancing Groundwater Recharge with Stormwater” with Andrew T. Fisher, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, UC Santa Cruz.
This event will be held on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 from 130pm to 230pm at 1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 (Klamath Room) and via webcast.
Stormwater is an under-utilized resource in California that has become increasingly important as demand for freshwater increases, land use and vegetation shifts, and precipitation becomes more intense. The recent drought has exacerbated water management challenges in California, but has also provided rare opportunities through groundbreaking policy initiatives, such as the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. Professor Fisher, along with his students and colleagues, seek to investigate the potential of stormwater to address California’s water management challenges through several projects related to Managed Aquifer Recharge.
“Enhancing Groundwater Recharge with Stormwater” is part of the Water Boards’ STORMS SEMINAR SERIES and is free to attend.
Additional information is available in the attached flier.