Forum: "The Water Scare: What's Real?"

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California is in water trouble. Could Arizona be far behind? Learn the about state of our state’s water supply from some of Arizona’s leading experts, including practical things you can do to stave off water calamity.

The conference is a joint venture of The Arizona Republic and the Kyl Center for Water Policy, part of Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute.

Cost: $25, which includes lunch. Purchase tickets at

Hear from:

• Kathryn Sorensen, who heads the City of Phoenix Water Services Department, as she describes what Arizonans need to know to understand our water future.

• Brandon Loomis, "Republic" environmental resources reporter, as he explains what a year-long, grant-funded reporting project — "As the River Runs Dry" — has taught him about the present and future of the Colorado River.

• David Wallace, "Republic" visual journalist, as he shares video and photos from Peru, Bolivia, and the Rocky Mountains as part of the reporting of the "As the River Runs Dry" series.

• Tom Buschatzke, director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources, gives the unvarnished facts on Arizona’s water supply.

• Wellington "Duke" Reiter, senior sustainability scientist at Arizona State University, describes how we can embrace our desert environment.

Moderated by Richard Ruelas, "Arizona Republic" reporter and frequent event moderator, "Horizon" and "Horizonte" guest host.
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