Watershed Day At The Capitol, April 27, 2016
“Climate Needs and Opportunities”
Watershed Day is a great opportunity to learn about the political climate regarding the future of watershed restoration in California. It also provides a forum for watershed practitioners and restorationists to meet with their Legislators and let them know that it pays to invest in community-based watershed management.
This year's event continues the California Watershed Network's annual outreach program that first began in 2002 for watershed restorationists, state agency representatives and legislators.
8 am – Noon
CalEPA Building Klamath Room
1001 I Street
8 am Continental Breakfast and Event Kick-Off
9 am Program Topic – “Climate Needs and Opportunities”
Meeting community restoration needs under changing climatic scenarios and changing funding structures.
Natural Resources Agency Secretary John Laird
Senators Loni Hancock, Fran Pavley and Lois Wolk
Allison Joe, Strategic Growth Council
John P. Donnelly, Wildlife Conservation Board
Paul Mason, Pacific Forest Trust
Lunch – in the Capital!
4 pm Traditional “debriefing” session.
Online registration is $40 in advance (before April 10, or $50 at the door), or send checks to:
California Watershed Network
Fountain Valley, CA 92708