Serving the groundwater industry since 1948.
The CGA convention provides a forum for leaders in the groundwater industry to present their expertise at informative seminars and product spotlight demonstrations. The convention also features a trade show floor showcasing the latest in groundwater products and services. Attendees will enjoy a wide range of social events to promote comradery and facilitate networking opportunities.
CGA works closely with State and local agencies to develop workable guidelines to protect groundwater supplies and promote effective water policy.
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Excitement Builds for Annual Convention
This year's CGA Convention promises to have something for everybody! In addition to informative seminars like the NGWA McEllhiney lecture by Peter Cartwright, lots of fun events are scheduled. Join us Thursday, Oct 20th for the annual Golf Tournament at Lakeridge Golf Course, Game Night at the Edge and the Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament. On Friday the trade show floor opens, followed by the annual banquet and silent auction. Saturday highlights include an hour of the always entertaining Jesse Richardson, a local microbrew tasting and a blackjack tournament. Register online today.
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Bulletin 74 Draft Update Submitted
Since 2010, CGA has been part of a subcommittee of the Water Well Technical Advisory Committee in an effort to rewrite the entire three-part document. The resulting update was delivered to the DWR in September of 2013, but as yet has not been adopted.
Read the Bulletin 74 draft here (9Mb) »
Four times a year, CGA publishes its online association magazine. In it you will find summaries of Board of Directors' meetings, messages from the President and Executive Director, legislative updates, and other news from your association.
Read the latest Groundwater Reflections here »
The California Groundwater Association (CGA) is a non-profit organization representing all segments of the groundwater industry in California. Our members include water well drilling and pump contractors, hydrogeologists, engineers, hydrologists, manufacturers and suppliers, government employees and others working in the groundwater field. CGA was founded in 1948 and was known as the Associated Drilling Contractors (ADC) until 1986 when the name was changed to emphasize the organization's involvement with all aspects of the groundwater field.
Caring for California’s groundwater resources
Giving high quality service to members and the public
Acting in the best interest of the groundwater industry
An affiliate of the National Ground Water Association (NGWA)
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