Community Water Dialogue

Tomorrow I officially start interning with the Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County, located in the city of Capitola. This organization is working together with the community and with Driscoll’s to address the issue of aquifer overdraft in the Pajaro Valley.

The watershed is approximately 1,300 square miles and covers portions of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Benito, and Monterey Counties.

The watershed is approximately 1,300 square miles and covers portions of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Benito, and Monterey Counties.

On future blog posts I will refer to this team as it is formally known: the Community Water Dialogue.¬†Tomorrow, the Community Water Dialogue will meet in order to outline priorities and goals for the team. I’m excited to meet everyone that I will be working with on this project and finally get started.

I look forward to updating everyone on the project’s progress throughout the summer!