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The Linking Water and Land Use in the Upper Sacramento Valley workshop covered the following topics: The Ahwahnee Water Principles, Making the Connection - Water and Land Use in the Upper Sacramento Valley, Planning Strategies - The Making of Water-wise Development, Integrating Water and Land Use Planning - Needs and Opportunities, and Where do we go from here? Below are the presentations for this workshop on April 30, 2007.
Clark Anderson - Local Government Commission - This presentation covers the Ahwahnee Water Principles and answers the question, "Why link water and land use?"
Todd Hillaire - California Department of Water Resources Northern District - This presentation covers topics including: Current urban and agricultural land uses and sources of supply, Water supplies, Population growth, Examples, Regional and local studies, and Resource Management Strategies for the Sacramento Valley.
Clark Anderson - Local Government Commission - This presentation covers the problems associated with the way we use land today and discusses solutions for water-wise development and planning.
Dr. David Gallo - Department of Economics and The Center for Economic Development - California State University, Chico - This presentation looks at the Meriam Park development as an economic case study for water-wise development. Impacts assessed include the cost of water-related infrastructure (water and sewer), water consumption, and runoff.
Todd Hillaire, California Department of Water Resources - This presentation covers the process of the Integrated Regional Water Management program and regional planning efforts.
Kathy Russick - Sacramento River Watershed Program - This presentation shows maps depicting the land uses of the Sacramento River Watershed including Agriculture/Land Use, Urban & Rural Residential, Grazing: Private land, Approved Ranchette Development, and densities.
Leah Wills - Upper Feather Integrated Regional Water Management Plan - This presentation discusses regional and watershed integration and IRWM plan strategies and gives an in-depth overview the Last Chance Creek restoration project.