Connecting the Drops – Working Together for Water


The County of Santa Cruz, Regional Water Management Foundation and the Santa Cruz Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) invite you to attend:

Connecting the Drops – Working Together for Water

January 28, 2016
7:00-9:00 p.m.  – Event
6:30 – Open House
New Brighton Middle School Auditorium
250 Washburn Ave, Capitola

Are you concerned about water supply and water quality? Would you like to know more about what is going on at the state level to protect water resources, and ow it affects what’s happening in Santa Cruz County?

Join us as we “connect the drops” to learn how Santa Cruz County agencies, legislators, and the community are working together to protect and manage our water resources.

Keynote Speaker
California Natural Resources Secretary John Laird

Panel Discussion
Local collaborative efforts to protect and manage water resources

Information Stations

  • Water recycling
  • Groundwater recharge and stormwater management
  • Water system inter-ties and water exchanges
  • The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act
  • Water conservation
  • Fish and watershed management

Sponsored by: County of Santa Cruz, Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency, Regional Water Management Foundation, San Lorenzo Valley Water District, City of Capitola, Soquel Creek Water District, City of Watsonville, City of Santa Cruz, Centeral Water Districts, Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County, City of Scotts Valley and Scotts Valley Water District.


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