ECPAC Newsletter – February 2021
Virtual Membership Meeting
Last month, we hosted our first Virtual Membership Meeting. Thank you to all those that attended. Dominic Dimare from ARC Strategies was our featured speaker. He provided an overview of what to expect this legislative session and some insights on the federal side. A post-event survey was sent to the participants to solicit feedback to help improve future events. The survey results clearly indicated that this first event was valuable, and more events in the future would be beneficial.
Our next Virtual Membership meeting will be Tuesday, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. If we can meet in-person safely, we will do that. I think it is safe to say that we are all looking to get back to normal, and it has been quite a while since we were able to meet in person and enjoy each other’s company. As we get closer, more information will be made available.
Our Federal efforts have never been more critical. There are serious issues on the table impacting water reliability, property rights, climate change initiatives and more. ECPAC needs to raise significant Federal Program funds to address these and other emerging issues. Your financial support allows us to continue to directly support the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors legislative priorities, including water rights, property rights and policymaker education. If you have not yet made a recent contribution or can help again, we urge you to make a Federal contribution today. For ways to give and contribution guidelines, visit https://www.ecwaterpac.com/support/.
If you have not already made your annual contribution, we respectfully ask that you make a Federal donation. Federal contributions are limited to individuals and there is a $5,000 maximum yearly limit; other restrictions apply. For more information, mailing address or online contribution options, visit https://www.ecwaterpac.com/support/.
Your financial support allows us to continue to directly support the San Joaquin River Exchange Contractors legislative priorities, including water rights, property rights and policymaker education. The ECPAC is now able to accept contributions online. Visit https://www.ecwaterpac.com/support/ and donate. Contribution guidelines are provided on the online payment form.
We Are Listening
To serve you better, the ECPAC Board of Directors is conducting a brief, online member survey. To complete the survey, visit ecwaterpac.com/membership-meeting.