Disadvantaged Community and Tribal Involvement (DACTI) Work Group
DACTI Work Group Meetings
2022 August 10
Agenda | Underrepresented Communities Nomenclature Whitepaper
2022 May 11
Agenda | Tribal Funding Sources | Prop 68 Eng | Prop 68 Span
2022 Feb 9
Agenda | Summary | State Funding | Federal Funding
DACTI Work Group 2022 - 2023 Meeting Schedule
Meets 4 times a year on 2nd Wednesday of February, May, August, November.
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Wednesday, May 10, 2023
Purpose of DACTI Work Group:
Share experiences and best practices of meaningful Tribal and underserved community engagement. Also share how Tribes and underserved communities are integrated into the governance structure of individual Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) regions.
Maintain underserved and Tribal involvement resources on the Roundtable website including contacts for federal, state, and local agencies.
Learn about (and share) funding opportunities for Tribes and underserved community involvement and projects.
Pursue strategies for compensating community member and Tribal involvement in IRWM regions.
Membership is open to all who participate in IRWM Regions including Coordinators, Regional Water Management Group (RWMG) members, key stakeholders, Tribal members, underserved community members, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and consultants working in IRWM Regions, and federal, state, and local partners.
DACTI Work Group Leadership:
Soua Lee, Kings Basin IRWM, Work Group Chair
Katie Burdick, Yuba IRWM, Lead for Stipend Research
Maddie Duda, Lotus Water, SF – Bay Area IRWM
Margarit Movsesian, Los Angeles County Public Works
Michael Prado, Sultana Community Services District
Sonia Sanchez, Self-Help Enterprises
Maria Lorenzo-Lee, Department of Water Resources (DWR) Liaison
DACTI Workgroup Google Drive: Developed in 2018 as a repository for resources developed by individual IRWM Regions. The intent is for any DACTI Workgroup member to upload any resources they are willing to share with the Workgroup.
DWR Tribal Engagement page: provided an opportunity for government-to-government consultation, collaboration and coordination on California water policy.