As the climate in the West changes and water decline in a region that is characteristically dry and prone to prolonged drought, local governments are looking for ways to conserve precious resources and find new supplies. Changing water cycles changes the availability of water for all uses and users. Surface water quality and groundwater quality will also be affected placing additional burdens on already stressed water systems. To protect their communities against drought, local governments are finding new ways to plan for declining water resources.
For July's webinar, three panelists will discuss the future of water resources in Tucson and Santa Fe and their efforts to plan for declining water resources. Join us for an engaging session on water conservation strategies, rainwater harvesting and using scenario planning to engage with residents.
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