Join The Watershed Project in a free virtual summit to share strategies for engaging tribes and marginalized communities as learned through local implementation of the Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) Disadvantaged Communities and Tribal Involvement (DACTI) program. Over the three half-day sessions (October 8, 13, and 14), community leaders, water experts, tribal representatives, and government staff will share lessons learned from 10+ years of engaging marginalized groups in regional water planning, and participants will strategize how to apply these approaches within their regions and across other statewide water management efforts. Each day will address a new topic and include expert panels and interactive small group discussions to help participants coordinate and collaborate in real-time.
Register today and find out more: www.lgc.org/summit
The Summit is hosted by the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority and the Local Government Commission, with support from the California Department of Water Resources.