California Water Plan: 2009

Yonemura, Randy; Davis-King, Shelly
October 2009
News from Native California;Fall2009, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p17
The article reports that the Department of Water Resources (DWR) in California and California Indians have formed the Tribal Communication Committee (TCC), allowing for tribal involvement in organizing, designing and providing inputs in the water plan for 2009. Issues to be discussed include mercury contamination, sacred water and drought responses. A conference "California Tribal Water Summit 2009: Protect our Sacred Water" will be held in Sacramento, California on November 4-5, 2009. Tribes are invited to attend and contact details are included.


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