2017 WELL Annual Conference

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Wyndham San Diego Bayside

1355 North Harbor Drive

San Diego, CA 92101

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WELL is convening a state-wide educational water conference on March 23-24th, 2017 in San Diego for California local elected officials. Local elected officials can make a difference for all Californians by taking the necessary steps to understand the dynamic of California water to assure adequate clean water for our communities, protect our natural resources and our local economies. Our hope is to facilitate understanding towards comprehensive long-term water policies that will sustain California’s economy and quality of life. We invite you to participate!


**This workshop is exclusive to elected officials.


Limited Scholarships available for:
City Council Members, Mayors, County Supervisors, and School Board Members.

**Discounted Hotel Rates are available for Water Board Officials, Sponsors, and Other.
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323-349-0661


Sponsored by Water Education for Latino Leaders, and the Water Foundation

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Wyndham San Diego Bayside

1355 North Harbor Drive

San Diego, CA 92101

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Organizer Water Education for Latino Leaders

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Water Education for Latino Leaders (WELL), is a nonprofit organization established in 2012 to educate local Latino elected officials on water policy to promote timely and equitable actions that ensure a robust economy, healthy communities, and a resilient environment for all Californians. WELL hosts annual conferences, regional workshops, and fellowship programs to educate elected leaders on the most pressing water issues in California.


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