California’s Water Crisis
California’s water system is in a crisis. Learn more about the problem and find out what you can do to help. Learn about California’s Water Crisis.
20% by 2020
The 20×2020 Water Conservation plan is in place to help maximize water conservation and efficiency between 2009 and 2020, and beyond. Learn all about this plan through State Water Resources Control Board.
Where Does the Water Go?
Each year enough water falls on California to cover 200 million football fields a foot deep in water. So where does it all go?
State Water Contractors
The State Water Contractors is an association of 27 public water agencies, working together to provide clean drinking water, reliably manage water supplies that fuel our farms and statewide economy, protect the environment and public health, and promote water conservation and greater efficiency at a time when we need it most.
The State Water Project aka California Aqueduct is California’s most critical infrastructure and must be maintained for future generations. Despite the system’s significance, it has become easy to forget the momentous work being done behind the scenes every day to keep Southern California’s taps on. Just like we should not take our interstate highway, railway, or telecommunication systems for granted, we must not take for granted the important management and operations taking place to make the SWP possible for all Californians.