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September 23, 2022

A Collaborative Approach to Colorado River Management | Un enfoque colaborativo para la gestión del río Colorado

The Colorado River is in crisis, creating serious challenges for water managers and the communities that rely upon it. Our panel of diverse stakeholders will discuss efforts to find collaborative solutions Basin-wide and how this could shape the future of Western water for years to come. This is the first in what is anticipated to be a series on the Colorado River.

El río Colorado está en crisis, creando serios desafíos para los administradores del agua y las comunidades que dependen de él. Nuestro panel de diversas partes interesadas discutirá los esfuerzos para encontrar soluciones colaborativas en toda la cuenca y cómo esto podría dar forma al futuro del agua occidental en los años venideros. Esta es la primera de lo que se anticipa será una serie sobre el río Colorado. Regístrese ahora para escuchar en español o inglés.

View the event flyer. This event has concluded and you may watch a recording of it on our What Matters Water TV + Podcast.


  • Michael Cohen, Senior Associate, Pacific Institute
  • Adel Hagekhalil, General Manager, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
  • Chris Harris, Executive Director, Colorado River Board of California
  • Sandy Kerl, General Manager, San Diego County Water Authority
  • Henry Martinez, General Manager, Imperial Irrigation District
  • David Palumbo, Deputy Commissioner – Operations, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
  • Thomas Tortez, Jr., Tribal Chairman, Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians



The new webinar is part of SCWC’s “What Matters” webinar series, designed to provide online exchanges of best practices as water and power utilities, nonprofits, businesses and others grapple with changes to the way we live, work and deliver services. 

Founding Sponsors
  • County of San Bernardino
  • Inland Empire Utilities Agency
  • Irvine Ranch Water District
  • Los Angeles County Public Works
  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
  • Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
  • Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
  • West Basin Municipal Water District
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