The Greater Kaweah GSA has partnered with the East and Mid-Kaweah GSAs to develop the Kaweah Water Dashboard, a tool that empowers landowners to strategically respond to the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).
Upcoming Water Dashboard Events
The Greater Kaweah, Mid-Kaweah, and East Kaweah GSAs are partnering to host Registration Drop-In Events. These events are for landowners who would like in-person staff support setting up their Water Dashboard Account. Staff will be available at the events to walk you through the process. You can drop in at any time, and expect to stay for around 30 minutes. Our event location has computers, so there’s no need to bring your own unless you prefer to.
Registration Drop-In #1
Date: Thursday, July 21st
Time: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM, drop in anytime during the timeframe
Registration Drop-In #2
Date: Thursday, August 4th
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, drop in anytime during the timeframe
Location: College of the Sequoias, Tulare Center, Building B
4999 E Bardsley Ave., Tulare, CA 93274
Download event parking and location map HERE. Campus parking is FREE
Let us know you plan to drop in by submitting an RSVP below:
Greater Kaweah GSA Office Hours Appointments
Can’t make it to a Registration Drop-In? Make a 30-minute appointment with Greater Kaweah GSA staff.
Date: Tuesday, July 26th
Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM (by appointment)
Location: Kaweah Delta Water Conservation District, 2975 Farmersville Rd., Farmersville, CA 93223
Schedule an appointment:
About the Water Dashboard
Landowners who create an account on the Water Dashboard will be able to visualize and understand their evapotranspiration (ET) data at the field level in the context of their farming operations and groundwater pumping. This is the same data the Greater Kaweah GSA will use to track new pumping caps, projected to be implemented in October 2022. The Water Dashboard will also allow landowners to identify and report back any issues with the data and information the Greater Kaweah GSA is using (i.e., a parcel boundary change, a discrepancy in assessed acreage, incorrect crop information) to ensure transparent and accurate pumping cap accounting.