Former federal judge handling more water cases than any other judges in the United States. Was the presiding judge in many of the Delta Smelt cases.
Former Fresno County supervisor representing the west side of the Valley. Talked about economic troubles of the west side because of water cut backs.
Bakersfield water lawyer with a long history of working on water rights on the Kern River and working with south Valley water districts.
Talks about the history of water development on the Kings and San Joaquin rivers.
Former water engineer for the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors, explaining how the water rights of the exchange contractors create so much confusion in the river’s water allocations.
Part two of session, where former chief hydrological engineer for the Boswell Corporation. Talked about developing their water systems and farming the Tulare Lake Basin.
Founder of Woolf Farms in the Westlands Water District. He got his start by buying land from Russell Giffen when Giffen was compelled to sell land under the 160-acre limitation.
Former Kerman farmer and water activist. Talked about his memories of the San Joaquin River before Friant Dam and how he became a water activist.