Reminder – RSVP for the upcoming northern California Mountain Counties Event. You won’t want to miss this program - Friday, October 16 in Auburn CA.
You have heard of BDCP – the California Fix and California EcoRestore.
What do they really mean and how will they effect the north state’s water supply reliability and water rights. Hear the answers to the questions you need to know.
Date: Friday, October 16
Doors Open: 9:00 a.m.
Program will start promptly at: 9:45 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Please note the start time change
Location: The Ridge Golf Club and Event Center, 2020 Golf Course Rd, Auburn, CA 95602
Program Host:In 2012, Governor Brown issued a statement and said, “State and U.S. governments will make sure implementation of BDCP will not impose any obligations on water users upstream of the Delta to supplement flows in and through the Delta.” Now that the BDCP has become the California Fix and California EcoRestore, what rules and regulations will be in store upstream if and when the tunnels become a reality. This program will not debate the merit of the tunnels, but the upstream facts about the California Fix and California EcoRestore if and when there is construction of a new conveyance system.
- Ara Azhderian Water Policy Administrator, San Luis and Delta-Mendota Water Authority
- Mark Cowin, Director, Department of Water Resources
- Andy Fecko, Director Resource Development, Placer County Water Agency
- Campbell Ingram, Executive Officer for the Delta Conservancy
- Karla Nemeth, Deputy Secretary, California Natural Resources Agency; Governors senior advisor on water policy
- Don Nottoli, Supervisor, County of Sacramento
- Roger Patterson, Assistant General Manager, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
- Steve Rothert, California Director, American Rivers
These speakers will sit on a panel moderated by David Guy, President, Northern California Water Association.