The future of California's water supply is the focus of a day-long conference on Friday, January 25, hosted by the Rose Institute of State and Local Government.
The conference, titled Southern California's Looming Water Crisis, features some of the most prominent names in the field discussing topics at the forefront of current interest, including Ronald Gastelum, president, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California; Richard Katz, of the State Water Resources Control Board; James F. Stahl, general manager, County Sanitation Districts of Southern California; Tom Graff, regional director, Environmental Defense; Joe Grindstaff, general manager, Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority; and Gerald Meral, executive director, Planning and Conservation League.
The $55 registration fee includes luncheon. For conference registration, fax the online registration form found at http://rose.research.claremontmckenna.edu/water.html to (909) 607-4288 or call (909) 621-8159 for more information. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.