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Sunday, January 19 • 9:30am - 11:00am
Our Water in the Age of Climate Change

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Climate Change is here and is the existential threat to our community. But what does that mean for the Sierras, California’s valuable headwaters? We are already experiencing a decline in snowpack, atmospheric rivers, increased risk of catastrophic wildfires, and more. A panel of experts in water management and environmental activism will discuss their concerns about impacts on water supply, infrastructure, and our communities as a result of climate change. Join us to learn more about how we can make California’s headwaters safe, sustainable, and resilient for all.

Activist Center workshops are sponsored by Earthjustice.

Moderators
avatar for Ashley Overhouse

Ashley Overhouse

River Policy Manager, South Yuba River Citizens League

Speakers
avatar for Pablo Ortiz

Pablo Ortiz

Union of Concerned Scientists
avatar for Tim Washburn

Tim Washburn

Sacramento Flood Control
avatar for Curt Aikens

Curt Aikens

Yuba Water Agency
avatar for Ron Stork

Ron Stork

Friends of the River
avatar for Steve Frisch

Steve Frisch

Sierra Business Council



Sunday January 19, 2020 9:30am - 11:00am
Nevada City Hall 317 W Broad St, Nevada City, CA 95959, USA

Attendees (30)