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Learn about the options and costs of metering, measuring and data recording technology available to provide groundwater use information to comply with SGMA reporting requirements for pumping and groundwater level measurement.

Measuring Groundwater Pumping for SGMA Compliance
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - Fresno, CA
Center for Irrigation Technology (CIT), California State University

PROGRAM FULL

Thank you for your interest in the Measuring Groundwater Pumping for SGMA Compliance Workshop. The program is currently full. To get on the wait list please email trustinfo@agwt.org -  with your name and organization information, or you may call us at 603-228-5444. We will contact you to confirm receipt of your email - and to let you know when/if an opening is available.

CONTINUING EDUCATION - APPROVED: 6 CEU's for Certified Crop Advisers (CCA) – Nutrient Mgt – 1; Soil & Water Mgt – 1.5; Crop Mgt – 1.5; Prof Development – 1; Sustainability - 1

An educational workshop program from the American Ground Water Trust - Organized in cooperation with the Center for Irrigation Technology

The program will provide practical insight and guidance for Growers, Groundwater Sustainability Agencies, County & Municipal Planners, Irrigation Districts and Groundwatre End-Users.

PROGRAM DETAILS click for pdf

THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS PROGRAM SPONSORS!

 

 

When
July 19th, 2017 7:30 AM   through   3:45 PM
Location
CIT California State University
5370 N Chestnut Avenue
Fresno, CA 93740
United States
Registration
MEASURING GROUNDWATER PUMPING - REGISTRATION
Registration - Groundwater Pumping $ 75.00
Student Registration - (ID Required) - Groundwater Pumping $ 40.00
MEASURING GW PUMPING - SPONSOR/EXHIBIT
SPONSOR - $1,000 $ 1,000.00
SPONSOR - $500 $ 500.00

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