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#9 – A Collaborative Approach to Colorado River Management

#9 – A Collaborative Approach to Colorado River Management

The Colorado River is one of the most important rivers in the United States. It has been in the news a lot lately because of the drought and how it’s affecting people and businesses that count on it for drinking water. We’re excited to share with you this important...
#8 – What’s Next for Metropolitan Water District

#8 – What’s Next for Metropolitan Water District

Episode #8 of What Matters Water TV and Podcast is all about transformation and the future for Metropolitan Water District. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California was founded in 1928 under an act of the California Legislature to build and operate the...
#7 – Sites Reservoir and the Future of California Water Storage

#7 – Sites Reservoir and the Future of California Water Storage

In this episode of What Matters Water TV + Podcast, we talk to experts about how Sites Reservoir in the Sacramento Valley is the future of water storage in California and why it is so crucial for our entire state, especially as we face a severe water crisis with the...
#6 – Heather Dyer, Sandra Kerl, Joone Kim-Lopez, Kris Murray

#6 – Heather Dyer, Sandra Kerl, Joone Kim-Lopez, Kris Murray

See how unusual career paths and a willingness to take risks led these four women to lead California water agencies and boards.  Our sixth episode features a roundtable discussion with four women who have made crucial contributions to achieving sustainability. They...
#5 – Martha Guzman and Felicia Marcus

#5 – Martha Guzman and Felicia Marcus

Today we are talking to two women who have done amazing things for the environment and water issues in our state. They’ve broken barriers and achieved tremendous results – and their work will undoubtedly have an effect on Californians for generations to come. Both...
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