Water Management and Landscape Sustainability Advisory Board
Lorri Annett Helix Water District, Tish Berge California Water Environment Association, Pamela Berstler Flower to the People, Sonny Brady Aquatain Solutions, Brian Brady Fallbrook Public Utility District, Rob Bremer Poway Water District, Shaina Brown CleanTech San Diego, Siobhan Foley California Center for Sustainable Energy, John Gagel Siemens Water Technologies, Anish Gautam California Energy Commission, Dan Gibbs Home Town Farms, Alicia Glassco San Diego Coastkeeper, Eric Gray Waste Management, Marty Leavitt Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County, Holly Lepre CleanTech San Diego, Peter MacLaggan Posiedon Resources, John McGee McGee Landscape Architecture, Carlos Michelon San Diego County Water Authority, John Minchin Dudek, Ron Morrison City of National City, Larry Purcell San Diego Water Authority, Robin Rivet California Center for Sustainable Energy, Toby Roy Water Reuse Association, Maria Rubalcaba Sweetwater Water Authority, David Steel U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce, Cheryll Stewart San Diego Water Authority, Anne Tolch Sustainability Alliance of Southern California, Jase Warner Carlsbad Municipal Water District, Mark Watton Otay Water District, Mark Weston Helix Water District, Rick Halperin GC Green, Joel Holt Olivenhain Municipal Water District, Jeffrey Stephenson San Diego County Water Authority
The College of Extended Studies is a State-approved provider for the Federal Workforce Investment Act for this program.
SDSU Research Foundation Program
“While my perception of the important issues that California faces in regards to water use has not changed, this course has shown me both how critical and how resolvable they are. This course made me realize how ignorant I really was in regard to the technologies that have the science and scale to make state-wide, lasting improvements to our water supply. Being introduced to the wastewater treatment process and learning about countries such as Singapore and local projects such as the City of San Diego’s Water Purification Demonstration Project that used membranes so effectively has opened my eyes to how safe and logical these projects are. Thank you professor for the valuable information you imparted and all the wonderful slides, presentations, and videos. I hope to use the information I’ve learned in this class to protect my local watershed and drinking water supply, as well as in my future career opportunities.”