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November 1-4, 2016

Localizing California Waters

The hands-on intensive for conservation and reuse is returning Fall 2016

The Localizing California Waters Conference focuses on all aspects of integrated Water Reuse and LID techniques: Stormwater, Rainwater, Greywater, Blackwater, California Water Reuse Policy, and Watershed Management. Seminar topics will include policy, design, permitting, installation, management, and remediation. On-site tours will cover inspection and hands-on construction of LID systems. A one day Greywater Certification Course will be available on the Monday prior the conference through the California Onsite Water Association (COWA). Other greywater certification courses will be available throughout the conference.

LCW Conference Registration will be avalible starting in August. Learn more here.

No registration will be required for the Water Reuse Job and Grant Fair on Friday, November 4, 2016!

Located at the Rush Creek Lodge in Yosemite, California.

Discounted room rates will be available for conference attendees. Visit RushCreekLodge.com for more information, maps, and contact information.

Who is Attending the Conference?

Regulatory Agencies, Utility Districts, Conservation Professionals, Landscape Architects and Designers, California Licensed Contractors, Water Law and Policy Professionals, Regional Environmental Health Specialists, Permitting Agencies, as well as the interested Public.

Contact Us

The Telele Foundation is committed to promoting Central Sierra Nevada Ecology through healthy, sustainable local economies & regenerative land use strategies. You learn more and find contact information on our website telelefoundation.org.

If you have questions about Localizing California Waters please contact Regina at Regina@californiawaterreuse.org

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