Kaweah Subbasin Water Marketing Strategy Committee

 

Overview:

The Kaweah Subbasin Water Marketing Strategy (Strategy) is a two- to three- year project to develop a Water Marketing Strategy to prepare for the possible future exchange of limited groundwater allocations to reach groundwater sustainability compliance under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). An eleven (11) member Committee is currently being formed to guide the Strategy, and will make decisions on the proposed Water Market’s parameters, rules and management. The final Water Marketing Strategy document will provide instruction to the three (3) Kaweah Subbasin Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (Mid-Kaweah, East Kaweah and Greater Kaweah GSAs) on how to operate a functioning groundwater allocation trading Market which may be used for the Subbasin as a whole to reach its goal of attaining groundwater balance and overall sustainability by 2040.

This webpage is a repository for all information relating to the Kaweah Subbasin Water Marketing Strategy.

 

How to Apply for a Committee Seat:

The application period is currently open for seats on the Kaweah Subbasin Water Marketing Strategy Committee. Applications are due December 31, 2020. Please see the flyer, cover letter, and application below:

FLYER

COVER LETTER

APPLICATION 


Please submit your application to:

Tulare Irrigation District

c/o Assistant Engineer
Attn: Jeremy Barroll                         or                         jab@tulareid.org
6826 Avenue 240
Tulare, CA 93274
 

Meeting Agendas and Minutes:

 

Date Agenda Minutes Presentation
12/15/2020 Agenda - 12/15/2020 Minutes - 12/15/2020 Presentation - 12/15/2020 



Date Agenda Minutes Presentation
01/20/2021 Agenda - 01/20/2021 Minutes - 01/20/2021  Presentation - 01/20/2021

 

Date Agenda Minutes Presentation
02/19/2021 Agenda - 02/19/2021 Minutes - 02/19/2021 Presentation - 02/19/2021

 

Informational Material:

 

Case Studies of Existing Water Markets Report:

This Report was prepared to summarize a sampling of existing water markets in other regions.

CASE STUDIES REPORT