After two consecutive dry years, the Russian River Watershed is experiencing a historic drought. As a result, the water supply for a population of over 700,000 people along with farms and businesses is at historically low levels. As with other natural phenomena that directly impacts human populations and diverse communities in California, the question is: Can we do anything to prepare and deal with the lack of rain and its long-term variability? Join us and learn what Sonoma Water is doing to deal with the drought and what all of us can do to help.
Juan-Carlos Solis, Programs Specialist II, Community & Government Affairs, Sonoma Water, email@example.com
No previous experience or knowledge is required. All ages are welcome, but the event is recommended for high school students and up and the general public.
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About the Center
Sonoma State University’s Center for Environmental Inquiry empowers university students to work with community members on the environmental challenges of the North Bay. Our mission is to create an engaged and environmentally ready society, one where all people have the skills to find solutions to the challenges facing our earth. SSU Preserves are open to everyone engaged in education or research. Reservations are required.