Solano Press at APA Conference
We hope to see many of you in Santa Barbara at the Annual CCAPA Conference. Come by our table (Table M, Vineyard Terrace), where you can browse all of our Solano Press titles.
Use your conference discount to add to your Solano Press library, including the new 3rd edition of California Water. We will also take pre-orders for our new title, Natural Resource Regulation in California, by Clark Morrison & Scott B. Birkey. And don’t forget to enter our drawing for a Solano Press Gift Certificate!
Several Solano Press authors will be presenters at conference sessions, sharing their expertise:
David Early on SB2 Planning Funds
Antero Rivasplata and Margaret Sohagi with the annual CEQA Update
Thomas Jacobson on Property Rights, Takings And Exactions
Join Solano Press in supporting the CPF Auction, where you can bid on a Solano Press Gift Certificate to benefit planning students in their studies.
Planning for Child Care in California
Author to speak at Coordinators Association Conference
Kristen Anderson, author of Planning for Child Care in California will speak at the California Child Care Coordinators Association conference in September.
The mission of the organization is to promote, support, and improve the coordination of local efforts to provide early care and education services for children in California.
California Water, 3rd Edition
by Arthur L. Littleworth and Eric L. Garner
California Water, 3rd edition is a thoroughly updated edition of this concise guide to historical, legal and policy issues affecting water use in California. Covering new and emerging topics, including the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, climate change and conservation, and features new maps of California’s major water supply systems and enhanced water quality content.
“Littleworth and Garner have achieved the impossible. They have untied California’s Gordian knot of water rights, laws, and policies and made them understandable for all. With California’s water management teetering on the edge of crisis, this timely book is critical for everyone working on and learning about the state’s challenges in an age of growing population, unsustainable water demand, and increasing climate change impacts.” - Mark Gold, Associate Vice Chancellor of Environment and Sustainability, UCLA
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