The Southern California Water Coalition has officially set the dates for its much-anticipated 2024 quarterly meetings, inviting members, regional leaders, and key stakeholders to mark their calendars for two informative gatherings.
The first meeting of the year is scheduled for Friday, January 26, 2024, at the historic Mission Inn Hotel in Riverside, a venue renowned for its architectural grandeur and rich history. This will be followed by the April 19, 2024, meeting, which promises a scenic backdrop at the Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula, known for its award-winning wines and picturesque vineyards.
SCWC holds these quarterly luncheons as a platform for members and leaders from various regions and sectors to engage in meaningful dialogue about the state’s pressing water issues. These meetings are more than just events; they are collaborative forums where ideas flow as freely as the water issues they address. The coalition’s dedication to informing solutions to California’s most challenging water-related concerns has made these gatherings a cornerstone for policy formation and discussion.
The January and April meetings are expected to draw a diverse group of attendees, including policymakers, environmental experts, water industry professionals, and community leaders. These gatherings are crucial for discussing innovative strategies, sharing insights, and forging partnerships aimed at ensuring sustainable water management and policy development in Southern California.
As SCWC continues to lead the charge in addressing the complex water challenges of the region, these meetings are an open invitation to anyone committed to contributing to the future of water in California. The organization emphasizes the importance of these events in fostering a collaborative environment where every voice can be heard and every idea has the potential to spark change.
So, save the dates! The SCWC’s 2024 meetings are not just events but opportunities to shape the future of water in Southern California. Join us at the Mission Inn Hotel in January and Wilson Creek Winery in April to be a part of these critical conversations.