Two New Laws Put California on a Long-Term Water Diet

Two New Laws Put California on a Long-Term Water Diet

Meg Mason Blog

The California drought is officially over. The amount of water collected last winter put the state’s reservoirs in decent shape with several of them at or above average. But the largest water source, the Sierra snowpack, measured at only 52 percent of average. As we enter a “new normal” characterized by greater weather extremes, the desire to use water carefully remains.

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