The Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable in Sonoma County will feature Pacific Institute Director of Research Heather Cooley and Senior Research Associate, Sarah Diringer during its program this May.
Heather Cooley will present on May 3 on the opportunities for water policy as part of a 10:30a.m. session on water sustainability outlook and indicators. Sarah Diringer is scheduled to present on the multiple benefits of water investment at a 10:45a.m., May 4, session about how innovation, technology, and policy can tap into multiple benefits.
The roundtable is located at the Westside Water Education Center at 9703 Wohler Rd., Healdsburg, CA 95448.
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