Tag Archives: Water

In Conversation: CEO Ashley Boren & Secretary Wade Crowfoot

Missed the first webinar in our Climate Resilience from the Ground Up series? We’ve got you covered with a recap of the event – and you can watch the full recording, too! Thanks to our generous webinar series sponsors ESA, Holland & Knight, Iron Horse Vineyards and Spottswoode Estate Vineyard and Winery. Sustainable Conservation CEO…

Almond Board of California Releases New Guidance for Groundwater Recharge

As California braces for drier times ahead, we’re making our own silver lining: planning and siting groundwater recharge. The more resources and knowledge we share with each other – be it on-the-ground experience with flooding fields or detailed research into how much water a particular crop can handle – the more flexible and impactful the…

A Look Back on Water in a Warming World

A resounding THANK YOU to everyone who joined us this fall for our Water in a Warming World event series! We’re so grateful to all of our amazing panelists, staff members, and guests who contributed to our rich dives into various aspects of California’s water system, climate readiness, and water quality. Many thanks also to…

Water in a Warming World: Bonus Q&A

We kicked off our fall webinar series last month with a great conversation between CEO Ashley Boren and E. Joaquin Esquivel of the California State Water Resources Control Board. You all had so many amazing questions that we couldn’t fit into our time with Joaquin, so we pooled our staff’s brainpower for some answers. Read…

A Decade of Recharge Leads to Statewide Solutions

As California braces for drought and speculates about its severity, it’s easy to focus on “farms vs. fish” and other contentious headlines swirling in the news. Sustainable Conservation’s decade-plus of experience guiding groundwater recharge in the field and at the state level means we have a balanced view of our current water realities, and our…

Farms and Fish: A Dooley Family Tradition

Behind every environmental win in California are the people who work to make collaboration and progress possible. We couldn’t do what we do every day without folks who are willing to think differently, see possibilities, and make change together. As part of our new Check in & Connect series, Michael Behrens, our Chief Development officer,…

More Profiles in Conservation

Giving Together for Generational Impact: Staying True to CA

Building a Sustainable Economy: Meet Adán Ortega

Seek, Savor, Share: Meet Sue Rikalo

A Lifetime Appreciation of the Outdoors: Meet Sally and Craig Falkenhagen

Sustainable Conservation: A Quarter-Century Strong