Former aid to Governor Brown where he led the development of wild and scenic rivers legislation, author of the California Water Atlas, and author of Water and Power.
Long time water lawyer involved with the Mono Lake cases and current general manager of the Westlands Water District.
Former general manager of Tranquility Irrigation District. Talks about the district’s history with water management and the challenges west side farmers face today.
Talks about the history of water development on the Kings and San Joaquin rivers.
Former chief hydrologist for the California Department of Water Resources. Talks about building models of weather and water flow in the State Water Project.
West side farmer who has adapted to fewer water deliveries by building his own underground water storage system and wetlands.
Former water engineer working for many irrigation districts in the Valley. Talks about changes in water management and the need for more water storage.
President of one of the first water brokerage agencies in California, arranging water transfers and sales between irrigation districts and farmers.