Flood-MAR – Using Floodwater for Managed Aquifer Recharge

The Floodplain Management Association and the Groundwater Resources Association of California are Co-Sponsoring FMA's June Sacramento Luncheon

TOPIC: “Flood-MAR – Using Floodwater for Managed Aquifer Recharge” - With the effects of climate change necessitating wholesale changes in how water is managed in California, “Flood-MAR” presents a sustainable strategy that can simultaneously accommodate longer and deeper droughts, and more severe and frequent episodic and seasonal flooding.   Flood-MAR is an integrated water resource management strategy that uses flood water resulting from, or in anticipation of, rainfall or snowmelt for managed aquifer recharge on agricultural lands and working landscapes.  Flood-MAR can also be implemented at multiple scales, from individual landowners diverting flood water with existing infrastructure to using extensive detention/recharge areas and modernizing flood management infrastructure and operations.

SPEAKER:  Kamyar Guivetchi was appointed Manager of the Division of Statewide Integrated Water Management in August 2008 with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR). During his 39 years with DWR, Kamyar has worked on many technical and planning projects with the North-Central Region Office, Division of Planning, Bay-Delta Office, and Division of Environmental Services managing the Suisun Marsh Program.  He chairs the 30-member State Agency Steering Committee for preparing Water Plan Update 2018 and is the State Co-chair of the California Biodiversity Council’s Executive Committee. 

 

GRA members may use the code "GRAMEMBER" to
receive $5 off of their registration.

PLEASE NOTE THAT SPACE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 60 ATTENDEES THAT REGISTER USING FMA’S WEBSITE.  PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE 5:00PM TUESDAY, JUNE 19TH TO ENSURE YOUR REGISTRATION IS COMPLETED ON-TIME FOR THE LUNCHEON.   

When?

Thu, June 21, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where?

City of Sacramento Utilities Office
1395 35th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95822