Roundtable: Water Wars Beyond the Delta

Mar 24, 2021

In this roundtable discussion moderated by Baykeeper Senior Scientist Dr. Jon Rosenfield, a panel of water experts discusses California's infamous "water wars" and the award-winning documentary River's End.


Dr. Jon Rosenfield - Senior Scientist, San Francisco Baykeeper (moderator)

Alan Bacock - Big Pine Paiute Tribe

Dr. Peter Gleick - President Emeritus, Pacific Institute

Kate Poole - Senior Director, Water Division, NRDC

Jacob Morrison - Director, River’s End

Kate Bunney - Co-founder, Walking Water

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