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The Seventh Annual Advanced Conference on

Tribal Water in California

A comprehensive update on current critical issues and tips for effective Tribal water strategies

October 19 & 20, 2020

Cabazon, CA

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Program Overview

What to Look Forward to

Due to the spread of the Covid-19 virus, we've had to move this program from April 2 & 3. We will still address these topics, with updated information to reflect new developments over the spring and summer:

~ Judicial update on recent tribal water & treaty rights decisions

~ Federal funding for water rights settlements

~ Drought contingency plans for upper and lower Colorado basins

~ Creative augmentation of water supplies

~ AB 658 and its ramifications for Tribes

~ Agua Caliente's water development inititatives

~ The proposed Cadiz water project

~ Environmental review of water resource development

~ Implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act

~ Tribal consultation requirements and strategies

A fully updated agenda will be available soon. We hope you can plan on joining us

Kate Johnson


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Faculty Bios

Kimberly A. Cluff, Kimberly A. Cluff, Program Co-Chair, is General Counsel for the Morongo Band of Mission Indians. Since becoming a member of the California Bar, Kimberly has worked exclusively in the field of Indian law.

Colin Cloud Hampson, Colin Cloud Hampson, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Sonosky Chambers Sachse Endreson & Perry. He represents tribes and tribal organizations on a wide range of Indian law matters.

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