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Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

The landmark Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGM Act), which fundamentally changes groundwater management in California, was signed into law on September 16, 2014 by Governor Brown, and becomes effective January 1, 2015. The Act is contained in three bills, Assembly Bill 1739 (Dickinson), Senate Bill 1168 (Pavley), and Senate Bill 1319 (Pavley), and aims to give local agencies the means to manage groundwater basins in a manner that is sustainable over the long-term. 

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Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 1
Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Webinar
$100.00
(Non-Member)
Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 2
The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (Act), effective January 1, 2015, requires local agencies establish a Groundwater Sustainability Agency for governance in high and medium priority groundwater basins, exclusive of adjudicated basins or where a st
$100.00
(Non-Member)
Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 3
The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (Act), effective January 1, 2015, requires local agencies establish a Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) for governance in high and medium priority groundwater basins, exclusive of adjudicated basins or wher
$100.00
(Non-Member)
Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 4 GSA Boundaries: Hydrogeological, Geopolitical, or Geomystical?
The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) requires that the Department of Water Resources (DWR) adopt regulations by January 1, 2016 on revising groundwater basin boundaries. There are a host of technical, political, and legal issues surrounding t
$100.00
(Non-Member)
Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 5
Speakers discuss the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act requirements for GSAs, the options for formation of the same and specific examples and lessons learned in prior collaborative management mechanisms.
$100.00
(Non-Member)
Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 6: Public Notification, Public Participation, and Consideration of All Interests of Groundwater Users and Beneficial Uses
One of the foundational elements of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act is notifying and involving the public, and consideration of all the interests of groundwater users and also the beneficial uses of groundwater in the implementation of the new
$100.00
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Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Part 7: Pre-SGMA Groundwater Regulation and Management: Existing Tools with Local Examples
The enactment of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), in conjunction with increasing concern over drought impacts on groundwater supplies, has set the stage for several California local agencies implementing groundwater regulation to an exte
$100.00
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Sustainable Groundwater Management Act - Draft GSP Regulations
The presentation will focus on DWR's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Implementation specifically the draft Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) emergency regulations project. By June 1, 2016, DWR is required to adopt emergency regulations that spe
$100.00
(Non-Member)
Complete Series: Role of Models and Data in Implementing SGMA
The Groundwater Resources Association of California (GRA) welcomes you to our Workshop on the Role of Models and Data in Implementing SGMA! The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) went into effect on January 1, 2015, and draft regulations on the
$150.00
(Non-Member)
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