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River Roundtable - Putah Creek

You are invited to participate with community leaders, water district stakeholders, farmers, public interest groups, and other community members, for a series of moderated panel discussions on how diverse stakeholders on other CA Waterways were able to work together to bring rivers back to life.

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River Roundtable - Putah Creek
River Roundtable - Putah Creek

Time & Location

Oct 20, 2022, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM PDT

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About the Event

Putah Creek flows out of Lake Berryessa in northern California past the city of Davis and is a river about half the size of the Kern in annual flows. In the late 80s, the last 20 miles of the river ran dry because of water diversions. Farmers and environmental groups came together crafted a widely celebrated solution that ensures that farmers have a predictable and reliable supply of water, while also ensuring that the river never goes dry, even in drought years.

Our panelists include: 

  • Roland Sanford - General Manager, Solano County Water Agency
  • Joe Krovoza - Former Chair, Putah Creek Council and former mayor, City of Bakersfield
  • Karrigan Bork - Professor of Law, UC Davis

Discussion will be facilitated by Richard Beene, radio host of Bakersfield Observed.

Use this web link to register for the Zoom session. The meeting will also be recorded and posted afterward for those who can't attend.

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