Earlier this week, environmental consultant Susanne Heim of Panorama Environmental and Stoel Rives water lawyer Wes Miliband hosted the second part of the California Water Webinar series about the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).

In this webinar, Susanne and Wes covered implications of the recently adopted emergency regulations to amend groundwater basin boundaries, as well as gave an update about which local agencies are forming as Groundwater Sustainability Agencies and which agencies are requesting to change basin boundaries. Susanne and Wes closed the webinar by emphasizing why individuals and businesses should participate in the groundwater regulatory process, and what these land owners and groundwater users can do to protect their interests.

The links to the webinar recordings are below.

For more information about SGMA, please contact Wes Miliband at (916) 319-4676 or wes.miliband@stoel.com


SGMA Webinar Part 2: What New Regulations to Modify Basin Boundaries Mean For You & Update on Statewide GSA Formation

SGMA Webinar Part 1: How Changes to Basin Boundaries Intersect with GSA Formation