Organized with RRG Capital Management

Join us for a picnic lunch and hike on Santa Monica’s scenic trails for a discussion on public-private partnerships in changing California’s water outlook. 

California faces pervasive issues of drought, water scarcity, and water quality, and public agencies must balance these challenges with the need to provide water to a growing population, the agriculture industry, nature, and other water users. Public-private partnerships (P3s) to improve California’s sustainable water management—particularly through the joint building, financing, and operation of infrastructure projects—have grown in prominence as a way of reducing risks around cost, accelerating project delivery, and improving the operations of public assets. California was one of the first states to adopt P3 legislation and has been home to some of the country’s most innovative water projects. Grab your hiking shoes and join us for a 4 mile exploration of the Santa Monica hills and backpack lunch as we discuss these issues against a beautiful backdrop. 



  • Charlie Stringer, Managing Director, RRG Capital Management
  • Geoff Eisenberg, Partner, Ecosystem Integrity Fund

Additional speakers to be announced