Part II of Professor Young’s groundwater sharing methods
Professor Young will do a brief review of his introduction to sharing groundwater then present more detailed and specific methods of achieving a sharing system. August 3, 2017 7:30-11 a.m.
Hodel’s Country Dining, 5917 Knudsen Dr.
$13 per person – continental breakfast included
Check-in and continental breakfast begin at 7:30 a.m., program begins at 8 a.m.
The drought may be over but there is always a need to conserve!
Water conservation information, demonstrations, water saving irrigation tips and technology, water-saving landscape ideas. Free coffee and doughnuts. Give-aways too!
Landscape demonstration at the historic Metcalf House by Penney Landscape.
Presented by the Water Association of Kern County
Cal Water Service
City of Bakersfield
ID4/Kern County Water Agency
Oildale Mutual Water Co.
West Kern Water District
Thanks to an abundant snow and rainy season, Kern County is brimming with water. You can see evidence of this bounty in the Kern River, canals, ponds and water banks. Have you wondered where the water is coming from, where it’s going and where it will be used?
Join the Water Association of Kern County for a bus tour of local water projects, the Kern River and banking facilities to learn how they are operating in this wet year. Get a behind-the-scenes look at water management and see how Kern County benefits from this most welcome precipitation.
TOUR STOPS First Point of Measurement on the Kern River Four Weirs Water Hub – “The Spaghetti Bowl” – at Coffee Road and Truxtun Extension Kern Water Bank
Tour begins at 9 a.m. at Mill Creek Park, 21st & R St. in Bakersfield. Park your vehicle there. Bus will depart at 9 a.m. and return at approximately 4 p.m.
One acre-foot equals about 326,000 gallons, or enough water to cover an acre of land, about the size of a football field, one foot deep. An average California household uses between one-half and one acre-foot of water per year for indoor and outdoor use.
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