As a part of the SCWC’s commitment to regional water sustainability and education, we have added a new local publication to our many community outreach efforts. As a part of a partnership with the publishers of California Water Inland Empire, the SCWC has released an issue of the magazine filled with the latest news and topics in regional water. Featured water agencies included Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Inland Empire Utilities Agency, Western Municipal Water District, Eastern Municipal Water District, Rancho California Water District, Rebuild Southern California Partnership, Chino Basin Water Conservation District, San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, and East Valley Water District.
“In preparing this issue, I have been amazed by the forward-thinking, all-of-the-above approach taken by so many community and water leaders in the Inland Empire,” said SCWC Executive Director Charley Wilson. “They understand that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to our water supply issues. We must consider all together.”
That’s just what this new magazine does. Its pages present current work by local water agencies and community groups that demonstrates how various efforts and solutions are working together for the region’s good. The SCWC’s partnership with the publishers of California Water Inland Empire has resulted in a unique publication that showcases exclusive interviews with local water leaders, updates on water resiliency projects in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, and regional stories of water agency work together in the same place.
The online publication is currently available. The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, San Bernardino Sun and Redlands Facts will include the magazine on Thursday, May 27.
Read the publication HERE.