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2017 Kern County Water Summit slated March 1

summit logoThe 2017 Kern County Water Summit, scheduled March 1, will be a day of intriguing discussion and presentations on water issues impacting Kern County, California and the nation. Presented by the Water Association of Kern County, topics to be discussed include Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta issues, groundwater regulations, urban water management and supplies, water politics and the California WaterFix. The event is designed to inform business owners, oil company representatives, farmers, local government officials and managers, and the general public about the critical importance of water in our community and the many challenges leaders faced in securing a safe, reliable water supply for the Kern County area. High-level keynote speakers will offer attendees insight and information about critical water topics. The Summit will be open to the public and speakers will provide useful, thought-provoking information that will spur debate and problem resolution. It is expected that approximately 300-400 will attend the conference.

Become a sponsor for the 2017 Kern County Water Summit! Information on sponsorship is available to below. For more information contact Beth Pandol at 661-745-3300 or 661-302-8171.2017 Kern County Water Summit Sponsor Form

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