Making Urban Forestry Part of California’s Water Conversation

drip dropWater can be a contentious issue in California’s communities. With resources becoming more limited and restrictions increasing, it’s important to make sure that urban forestry finds it’s place as one of the solutions Californians turn to to solve their water problems.
Join us on Wednesday, May 15 from 11:00 a.m.-noon to hear from experts in the field and also hear case studies from an organization that has produced superior water conservation programs.



Alf Brandt, Principle Consultant, California State Assembly

Edith de Guzman, Research & Analysis Manager, TreePeople

Deborah Weinstein, Director of Policy, TreePeople

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