(831) 464-2950

Community Water Dialogue

Recognizing the severity of the groundwater overdraft problem in the Pajaro Valley and the need for locally-driven solutions, landowners, producers, community members, agencies and research partners came together in 2010 to form the Community Water Dialogue. This community-driven forum seeks to advance individual and collective action to bring the aquifer into balance.

Community Water Dialogue members share a commitment to protect the Pajaro Valley as an important agricultural resource, and a willingness to pursue diverse strategies which entail costs and sacrifices in order to bring our aquifer into balance. All of our members agree to the fundamental principles of this effort:

1) A commitment to protect the Pajaro Valley as an important agricultural resource

2) A willingness to pursue diverse strategies which entail costs and sacrifices in order to bring our aquifer into balance

To learn more about the Community Water Dialogue visit their website below.

Conservation benefit: Community driven diverse strategies that bring our aquifer into balance.

Partners:
All stakeholder in the Pajaro Valley

RCD Contact: Erin McCarthy

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Receive our latest program anouncements and news updates, delivered directly to your inbox.

Contact

  • 820 Bay Avenue, Suite 136
    Capitola, California 95010
Copyright © 2022 RCD of Santa Cruz County. All Rights Reserved.