In California, legal and political conflict over water rights and allocations has erupted as the enduring drought tests the state’s complex system of laws and districts in unprecedented ways. In Arizona, water managers have started planning for historic reductions from the Colorado River even as the state’s political leaders must plan for the water demands of continued urban growth.
Come to WGs’ 90th Annual Meeting in San Diego (November 8-11) to hear our roundtable of experts discuss water rights and how the drought is bringing unprecedented public scrutiny to what many farmers consider an iron-clad right.
November 10, 2015 – 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Grand Del Mar, Ballroom A
Current Roundtable Participants
Grady Gammage, Jr., Senior Fellow, Morrison Institute, Arizona State University
Ellen Hanak, Director, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) Water Policy Center
Thomas Berliner, Partner, Duane Morris, L.L.P.