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Plan for Water continues April 19 with a watershed workshop

Join us for an April 19 teleconferenced workshop to help plan our community's water future. Scheduled is a discussion of watersheds and watershed management, including a cultural awareness and sensitivity overview.

In addition to an NID presentation, the workshop will include a presentation from Tribal Members from the Lizzie Enos Nisenan Family Foundation and the United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC) Preservation Department.

The goal is to develop common understanding and knowledge of NID source supply watersheds, management requirements, federal/state/local coordination and partnerships, and cultural awareness.

Your participation will help determine the best ways to meet the community’s demand for water over the next 50 years. We look forward to hearing from you



April 19 at 4 p.m. (time certain): click here for the teleconferencing workshop agenda and watershed presentation. 


To participate via Zoom, click the following to join the webinar:

To join audio using telephone: (669) 900-6833 or (346) 248-7799 or (253) 215 8782

Webinar ID: 874 8347 8859

One tap mobile: US: +16699006833,,87483478859# or +13462487799,,87483478859#


NID looks forward to hearing from the public and working together to develop strategic options that reflect a balanced mix of community perspectives to guide the District’s water management into the future.

Read more, click here.

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