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The California Water Policy Conference is the premier venue for Inclusive, engaging and active discussion of the most pressing water policy issues of the day.
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Reclamation Apr 5
Commissioner Brenda Burman spoke this morning about several issues important to western water users such as WaterSMART funding, Drought Contingency Planning and California water policy.
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Teresa Penunuri Apr 5
Power panel of - I’m feeling inspired and fired up! The future looks bright and challenging - let’s go!
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Delta Stewardship Council Apr 5
Spotted at the conference in San Diego... State Fellow Cori Flannery, Senior Engineer Anthony Navasero, + Executive Officer Jessica Pearson! 📸 The annual gathering connects the people and organizations working on issues.
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suesims Apr 5
“We can lean in softly,” chairwoman Gray tells closing session, “but once we’re in, women are strong leaders and make a big difference.”
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
wraps up to a rainy afternoon in San Diego. Thank you so much for participating in the spirited conversations that have been a hallmark of our conference for nearly 30 years. See you next year!
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
Laurel Firestone makes a great point about , which like a lot of fields has its share of jargon and acronyms. How can we do better to make sure we're not using technical language in a way that creates exclusion? It's a different kind of language barrier.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
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It starts with respect for yourself, Laurel Firestone says. You have to believe you belong in the room and that your questions are not stupid.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
I love the title of this panel, says Gloria Gray, chair. Yes, you do have to lean in gently. But once you're in there, you've got to knock down doors.
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Michael Meacham Apr 5
Leaving the 🌎 better will require a significant change in how we work together to reach consensus, our priorities & values but we can do it l!
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
We have to make sure that all communities have access to information: issues, careers in water, says Gloria Gray, chair of board and director of . Diversity of ideas means that you get the best solution.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
Laurel Firestone of and member of talking about lessons learned from speaking up in rooms where she felt her voice wasn't wanted: Important to be respectful, non-alienating but also persistent.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
wouldn't happen without the hard work of our planning committee, led by co-chairs Meena Westford and Jovita Pajarillo +conference director Debbi Dodson. 👏🏼Learn more abt the people who made these 2 days of networking, dialogue and discovery possible
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
Juliet Christian Smith of talks about how rapidly things can change under the right conditions and with pressure from the community. Cites Sustainable Groundwater Mgmt Act as an example of how large problems do get tackled.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
The final panel of is our distinguished panel on increasing diversity in water workforce and policy leadership. -Juliet Christian-Smith -Laurel Firestone, Board Member, -Gloria Gray, Board Chair -Moderator Jennifer Persike
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Eric L. Garner Apr 5
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San Diego County Water Authority Apr 5
Riveting panel on issues at with Asst. GM Dan Denham and and
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
We wrap up with our fab panel on increasing diversity in water workforce and policy leadership. Our panel: -Juliet Christian-Smith -Laurel Firestone, Board Member, -Gloria Gray, Board Chair -Moderator Jennifer Persike
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Alexandra Biering 💁🏼‍♀️ Apr 5
John Bezdek, frmr Interior Dept. attorney: I have served five Secretaries of the Interior and no one wants to be the administration that cuts water deliveries.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
Starting soon: our Colorado River panel features Dan Denham ; Bill Hasencamp ; Tina Shields and Sarah Rose, . Moderated by co-chair Jovita Pajarillo.
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CA Water Policy Conf Apr 5
tribal groundwater rights panel starting soon, with: -Art Bunce, Tribal Attorney for Barona Band of Mission Indians & Co-Special Counsel to the San Luis Rey Indian Water Authority -Tom Kennedy, Rainbow MWD -Larry Rodriguez, GEI Consultants -David Sandino,
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