Invitation to Tribal Govts: DWR Sustainable Groundwater Management Tribal Advisory Group

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06/25/2019 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Invitation to Tribal Govts: DWR Sustainable Groundwater Management Tribal Advisory Group

Address: 1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento

We are inviting you to attend the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Tribal Advisory Group meeting to be convened by Ca Dept. of Water Resources. The meeting will be held June 25, 2019 in Sacramento. The focus is to get an 1) Update on the Sustainable Groundwater Management Program and, 2) Discuss Tribal updates and participation in regional Groundwater Sustainability Agencies and Groundwater Sustainability Plan development. See attached flyer for additional information. If you cannot attend in person, remote access will be available. Details to follow soon.

Date: June 25, 2019
Time: 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Location: Natural Resources Building, 1416 Ninth Street, Sacramento
Meeting Room: 1131
Telephone conference information coming soon

Please RSVP to Brandon Fore, DWR Tribal Policy Advisor Office at Feel free to contact Brandon if you have any questions.

We encourage your participation and look forward to seeing you on June 25, 2019.

Office of the Tribal Policy Advisor
Anecita Agustinez
Tel (916) 653-8726

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