New groundwater monitoring wells will provide ‘picture’ of underground water connections
Santa Rosa, CA – During the months of October and November, up to 21 groundwater monitoring wells will be drilled near Sonoma County creeks to provide new information to managers and the public on the link between groundwater and stream flows. Coordination and construction of the wells are a technical service provided by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to Sonoma County’s three Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs). Read full press release.
This public workshop will focus on how groundwater can be recharged to help better manage and sustain local aquifers.
Join the Boards and Advisory Committees of local groundwater agencies to learn more about how farmers in other communities and locally are contributing to groundwater recharge. Recharge Workshop Flyer
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 from 4:30pm – 7 pm
Santa Rosa Utilities Field Office, 35 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Monthly Email Updates
Find out what’s happening with groundwater activities in Sonoma County by reading the latest email update. Visit the “Email Updates” page to read updates from past months.
“Management and use of groundwater in a manner that can be maintained during the planning and implementation horizon without causing undesirable results.”
Lowering Groundwater Levels
Reduction of Storage