Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Pacific Northwest Watershed Managers group tour

From April 30 to May 4, 2012, the SFPUC hosted the Pacific Northwest Watershed Managers (PNWM) group on a tour of the SFPUC water system, from the San Francisco Peninsula to Hetch Hetchy.  The group consists of watershed managers from the six largest unfiltered municipal water supply systems along the Pacific coast of North America, and was created to facilitate the exchange of information about programs, policies, and best management practices.  Materials discussed during the tour are available for viewing and download below.

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Tour handouts and presentations
Alameda Creek tour itinerary
Alameda Creek handouts (several SFPUC presenters)
Tuolumne River tour itinerary
Tuolumne River handouts (Bill Sears, SFPUC)
Hetch Hetchy Project operations overview (Adam Mazurkiewicz, SFPUC)
Upper Tuolumne River Ecosystem Project overview (Bill Sears, SFPUC)
Alameda Creek historical ecology overview (Robin Grossinger, Bronwen Stanford, SFEI)