CELP's Winter CLE Workshop 1: Water Trading and Speculation

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$133

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Event

DEC
1

Workshop 1: Water Trading and Speculation

Tuesday from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM PST

Add to Calendar 2020-12-01 14:00:00 2020-12-01 16:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Workshop 1: Water Trading and Speculation ** THIS WORKSHOP DATE HAS PASSED. YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE TICKETS TO ACCESS A RECORDING OF THIS WORKSHOP.** This is the first of our 3 winter workshops. This workshop will cover water trading and speculation. Peter Dykstra of Plauche & Car LLP will discuss "Using transfers, water banks, and the TWRP to restore instream flows and meet other water needs". Mary McCrea, Retired Attorney and concerned Methow Valley resident, will discuss "Out of Basin Water Transfers: the Upstream Perspective". Robert Sappington will discuss "Climate-driven Acceleration of Speculation in Water Rights". There is an option to purchase an all inclusive ticket at a discounted price that includes all 3 workshops, Water Trading and Speculation, River Basin Adjudications and Tribal Rights, and Climate Change and Water Rights.

** THIS WORKSHOP DATE HAS PASSED. YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE TICKETS TO ACCESS A RECORDING OF THIS WORKSHOP.** This is the first of our 3 winter workshops. This workshop will cover water trading and speculation. Peter Dykstra of Plauche & Car LLP will discuss "Using transfers, water banks, and the TWRP to restore instream flows and meet other water needs". Mary McCrea, Retired Attorney and concerned Methow Valley resident, will discuss "Out of Basin Water Transfers: the Upstream Perspective". Robert Sappington will discuss "Climate-driven Acceleration of Speculation in Water Rights". There is an option to purchase an all inclusive ticket at a discounted price that includes all 3 workshops, Water Trading and Speculation, River Basin Adjudications and Tribal Rights, and Climate Change and Water Rights.

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This is the first of our 3 part Winter Workshops "Where are we now? Water law, tribal rights, and climate change". 

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