Sustainable Groundwater Management Act – What you Need to Know
Grapegrowing Regulatory Breakout Session

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In January of 2020 the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) will take effect. Over the 1-hour session you will hear about the ins and outs of the SGMA and how it relates to you the grower and/or vintner. A sustainable California water system is the backbone of our industry and the two speakers will provide background from their experiences and involvement through the process. California grapes/wine need a will management water system to remain the world class wine region that it is, and this session will address how that will happen. 

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David Orth
New Current Water & Land LLC, California

David Orth, of Clovis, is principal of New Current Water and Land, LLC, which offers strategic planning, program implementation and water resource development services. Orth has over 35 years of financial and management experience, serving previously as general manager of the Kings River Conservation District from 2002 until August of 2015 and as executive officer of Friant North Authority from August 2015 until December 2016.

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