An in-depth look at legal and future issues surrounding California’s drought is planned April 24 at Fresno City College — including fracking, disadvantaged communities and the much-debated new groundwater law.
The daylong water conference will feature luncheon speaker Mark Arax, a former Los Angeles Times reporter and award-winning author of books about the San Joaquin Valley.
The conference, which runs from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., is intended for lawyers, government leaders and many other professionals, as well as the public. Conference fees range from $25 to $65. For the general public, the cost is $10.