Curt Schmutte, PE
Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta Expert

When

Friday July 18, 2014
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDT

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Where

University Center - Room 258
College of the Canyons 
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA 91355

 
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Contact

Stephanie Anagnoson
Castaic Lake Water Agency
661-297-1600 x231
sanagnoson@clwa.org
Bay Delta Conservation Plan Symposium 

 

Half of the water in the Santa Clarita Valley flows throught the Delta.  SCV residents and businesses depend on the reliability of that water supply today, tomorrow and well into the future.  But there is a problem with the Delta. 

Come learn from Curt Schmutte, Sacramento-San Joaquin Bay Delta expert, about the threats the Delta is facing and how you can help ensure a reliable water supply for the Santa Clarita Valley today, tomorrow and the future by supporting the Bay Delta Conservation Plan.

Get informed. Get involved.  Learn more by joining us at the BDCP Symposium:

Friday July 18, 2014
8:00AM to 10:00AM

University Center - Room 258
College of the Canyons 
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA 91355 

All participants must register.  Breakfast will be served.

About BDCP Symposium Speaker Curt Schmutte, PE

Mr. Schmutte is a civil engineer and manager specializing in water resources and environmental planning. He is currently a consultant for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Prior to his association with MWD that began in 2006, he worked for the California Department of Water Resources for 21 years.  Mr. Schmutte has led multiple programs and projects involving the Sacramento – San Joaquin River Delta and Suisun Marsh, including levee improvement programs, land subsidence research, economic risk analyses, dredged material reuse projects, water quality studies and environmental restoration projects.  Since joining the Metropolitan Water District effort, he has been managing large scale ecosystem restoration projects, planning emergency drought actions to protect Delta water quality, implementing seismic flood risk mitigation strategies, planning actions to protect Delta smelt and advancing new conceptual water conveyance alternatives to achieve a sustainable Delta for both water supplies and the ecosystem.  He also served as a lead expert witness for DWR on the Jones Tract levee failure litigation.