NEWS NOTES ON SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES  Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable Meeting

NEWS NOTES ON SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES  Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable Meeting ;   The Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable will hold a meeting on May 3-4, 2018. The theme is Restoration and Management for Sustainability.This meeting will be held at the Sonoma County Water Agency, Westside Water Education Center, 9703 Wohler Rd. Healdsburg, CA 95448.  The summary agenda for the meeting follows:California Water Plan, Update 2018 Sustainability Outlook – Kamyar Guivetchi, CA DWR Sustainable Water Management (SWM) Profile – Mike Myatt, Water FoundationRussian River, Sonoma County Example – Charles Gardiner, California ForwardSanta Ana Watershed Example – Mike Antos, Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority   Opportunities for Water Policy – Heather Cooley, Pacific InstituteResearch Projects on Extreme Weather Forecasting and Water Management – Jay Jasperse, Sonoma County Water AgencyCDWR-NOAA HMT/EFREP Project & CDWR Involvement with FIRO & AQPI Projects - Michael Anderson, CA DWRNOAA-CDWR HMT/EFREP Project & NOAA ESRL Involvement with AQPI - Allen White, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado  Watershed Emergency Response Teams - Drew Coe, CALFIREThe Watershed Collaborative - Karen Gaffney, Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District Watershed Restoration - Lisa Micheli, Pepperwood FoundationResponding to Water Quality Impacts - Matt St. John, North Coast RWQCB Federal Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) – Jeff TenPas, United States Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region  Flood Managed Aquifer Recharge – Philip BachandThe Future of Groundwater in California: Lessons in Sustainable Management from Across the West, Christina Babbitt, EDFGroundwater Dependent Ecosystems under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, Melissa Rohde, The Nature Conservancy Groundwater Sustainable Management Criteria, Best Management Practices - Craig Altare, DWR  Multiple Benefits Research Project - Sarah Diringer, Pacific InstituteSustainable Wine Grape Growing and Wine Making - Allison Jordan, Wine Institute Water Efficiency Opportunities - Mary Ann Dickinson, Alliance for Water EfficiencyLocal Agency Leadership Around the Nation – Cynthia Koehler, WaterNowOpen Source ET data – Robyn Grimm, EDF Water Data Integration Through AB1755 - Michael Kiparsky, Wheeler Water Institute, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment, UC Berkeley School of Law  This meeting will also be linked on the 2018 Reports Page 02 of the Sustainable Water Resources Site at "> ; Tim SmithSustainable Water Resources CoordinatorGovernment Web Site, Water Resources Site, "> ;