Nile Project Chico Water Resource Conference

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Monday, February 20, 2017 - 9:00am to 5:00pm
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Following the Nile Project’s Sunday evening performance, the public is invited to an informative and creative Water Resource Conference on the Chico State campus. Several water agencies from the North State and The Nile Project artists will discuss civic engagement and water management issues. This conference is free and reservations are not required to attend. You can participate in as much of the conference as you are able. Reservations are required to purchase a boxed lunch or reserve a seat on the Hamilton City Levee Project bus tour. Reservations may be made online at

Conference Agenda:

•    9-10:30: Panel Discussion “Music, Citizen Engagement & Water Resource Management.”
•    10:45-11:30: Presentation “The New Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.”
•    11:45-12:05: Music performed by The Nile Project.
•    12:15-12:45: Lunch ~ Brown bag or reserved box lunch ($12.50).
•    12:45-1:15: Presentation “Hamilton City Ecosystem Restoration and Flood Damage Reduction Project.”
•    1:15-1:30: Load in on busses for Levee tour ($10.50).
•    1:30-3:30: Field Trip to Hamilton City Levee Project & Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge.
•    3:45-4:45: Reception and viewing of “Treading Water,” a film by Jesse Dizard. Laxson Auditorium.