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Spotlight
California Water Plan Update 2018 Plenary Meeting
  • Update 2018 defines sustainability as the dynamic balance of 4 societal values: public health and safety, healthy economy, ecosystem vitality, and opportunities for enriching experiences, such as enjoying outdoor areas like the Truckee River (pictured).
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There is still time to RSVP for the second California Water Plan Update 2018 Plenary meeting. The meeting will be held September 27, 2017, at the Wildland Fire Training and Conference Center in McClellan Park and via webinar for those who can't attend in person.

The Plenary will focus on 3 main themes: data, funding, and advancing integrated water management (IWM) across the state. IWM is helping California resolve some of the fragmented and divisive water management practices of our past by supporting collaborative, open, and transparent engagement among diverse stakeholders.

View meeting materials and learn more about the California Water Plan.

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