How can we help private well users if the data isn’t accessible? In this episode we chat with Clare Pace about her work in California to understand issues related to private well data, safe water access, environmental justice, and outreach that’s actually helpful.
- Meet Clare
- Clare’s Water Hero: Laurel Firestone
- California’s right to water law
- Providing CA private well data online
- The Drinking Water Tool
- A paper addressing water quality differences between private wells and community water supplies
- How do we improve outreach?
- Clare on LinkedIn
- Clare on Twitter:
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About the Guest
Clare Pace received doctorate in Environmental Science and Health in 2017 and a Masters of Public Health in 2014 from the University of Nevada, Reno. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher for the UC Berkeley Water Equity Science Shop (WESS) where she conducts community-engaged research to support equitable implementation of California’s Human Right to Water law and Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA).