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									SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT – SMALL GROUP PRESENTER INSTRUCTIONS FOR WATER PLAN PLENARY MEETIING,, OCTOBER 23,, 2007 PLENARY MEET NG OCTOBER 23 2007
DOUBLE TREE HOTEL DOUBLE TREE HOTEL OUBLE REE OTEL 2001 POIIINT WEST WAY 2001 PO NT WEST WAY O NT EST AY SACRAMENTO,, CALIIIFORNIIIA,, 95815 SACRAMENTO CAL FORN A 95815 ACRAMENTO AL FORN A

Dear Subject Matter Expert and Small Group Presenter, You have been scheduled to conduct a 55 minute workshop on Oct. 23, at the Double Tree Hotel, Sacramento. This hotel is across the street from Arden Fair Mall. A schedule is attached. General Meeting Structure: All meetings will be held in a section of a large ballroom. Tables and Chairs will be set up looking towards the center of the room. You will be standing facing the group – which means you back will be facing the center of the room. There will be a large number on the wall so that people will know which group of tables to go to for your presentation. Structure of Presentation: 1. Welcome and Introductions (5) Quickly introduce self. Depending on how big your group is – (15 or less) you can have people quickly introduce themselves with name, who they represent, and whether they have a statewide or regional interest. If there are more than 15 you can ask for a show of hands on:  how many are here from the regions  how many are here for a statewide organization  how many are from governments or special districts  how many are from non-profits  how many are consultants  how many just came as interested citizens. 2. Topic Review (8 minutes) Go over the CURRENT resource management subject that you are writing the chapter update for. If you have new information you are thinking about including you may add that to the presentation. If you would like to use a PowerPoint style presentation – you will need to work from a handout. There is no ability to set up a screen and run the projector with our current room set-up. You can; however, print out a PowerPoint presentation and have people follow along on the handout.

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The following handouts will be prepared for you in advance. HANDOUTS: Vol. 2 Water Plan List of Questions Summary of Resource Management Strategies If you would like your own handout work with Paul Dabbs to determine next steps. I general, most sessions will need around 30 hand outs. 3. Discussion If you have a large group (more than 15) divide into small groups and have groups work on questions for 20 minutes. Leave time at the end for the groups to report back. Have the groups make notes on flip charts. If you have a small group you can work together in a discussion and just have one person capture notes on flip charts. The facilitation team will monitor and try to assist groups with large numbers of participants. All sessions address the same questions: 1. What is the connection of this strategy to Energy Use and Climate change? 2. How should this strategy be applied in a newly integrated regional water management approach? 3. How should this strategy be applied in a newly integrated flood management approach? 4. What needs to be done to achieve sustainability using this strategy? 5. What should the indicators, metrics and or performance measures be for this strategy? Note – following is a working definition for Sustainability Indicators: 1. Indicator = the thing we are measuring 2. Metric = the number we are measuring 3. Performance measure = the way we are measure what we (the people working on the indicator) are doing to support the indicator Sample – A community indicator might be employment. Metrics might be numbers of jobs, percent working, the number of employers, etc. The performance measure might be something like “a 4% increase in new jobs during 2008.” THE PURPOSE OF THE DISCUSSION IS TO GIVE THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT CONTENT FOR UPDATING YOUR CHAPTER.

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4. Closing (8 minutes) Thank group for attending and their input. Let them know your next steps. Give them 8 minutes to move if they want to go to another group. NOTE TAKING Paul Dabbs and DPLA will assist you in logistics associated with notes. Please work with your track moderator to identify any additional needs. TRACK MODERATOR A job description for track moderator will be sent separately.

Sincerely, Lisa Beutler, Manging Facilitator California Water Plan Associate Director Center for Collaborative Policy California State University, Sacramento

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Resource Management Strategy Track and Topic Details Track Moderators
1. Manucher Alemi | 2. Paul Dabbs | 3. Lew Moeller | 4. Stefan Lorenzato | 5. Chris McCready

9:30

Tracks
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Concurrent Strategy Sessions
Agricultural Water Use Efficiency System Reoperation Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution Urban Land Use Management Ecosystem Restoration Baryohay Davidoff Gary Bardini Lew Moeller Terry Roberts Michael Perrone David Todd Dean Reynolds Lew Moeller Alexandra Stehl Alan Oto, Michael Perrone

10:30

Tracks
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Concurrent Strategy Sessions
Urban Water Use Efficiency Water Transfers Pollution Prevention Water Dependant Recreation Floodplain Management (Nonstructural)

11:30 PM 12:15

Lunch Tracks
1 2 3 4 5

Concurrent Strategy Sessions
Recycled Municipal Water Surface Storage, - CALFED Recharge Area Protection Watershed Management Urban Runoff Management - Local & Regional Fawzi Karajeh Jim Wieking Lew Moeller Stefan Lorenzato Rich Juricich

1:15

Tracks
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Concurrent Strategy Sessions
Desalination (Brackish & Seawater) Conveyance - Delta - Local & Regional Groundwater/Aquifer Remediation Agricultural Lands Stewardship Flood Management (Other Strategies) Brian Smith Victor Pacheco

3 4 5

Lew Moeller Ken Trott Alan Oto, Mark Horne

2:15 2:30

Tracks
1 2 3 4

Break Concurrent Strategy Sessions
Economic Incentives Conjunctive Management & Groundwater Storage Matching Quality to Use Other Strategies/Precipitation Enhancement Lorraine Marsh, Steve Cowdin John Woodling Lew Moeller Baryohay Davidoff, Manucher Alemi, Maury Roos Alan Oto, Mark Horne

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Flood Management (Other Strategies)

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