Latest Western Water Magazine Is Hot Off the Presses
Spring 2017 issue examines storage
In the Spring 2017 issue of the Water Education Foundation’s Western Water, Writer Gary Pitzer delves into the challenges and opportunities for new water storage around the state.
As Pitzer writes, “One of the wettest years in California history that ended a record five-year drought has rejuvenated the call for new storage to be built above and below ground. In a state that depends on large surface water reservoirs to help store water before moving it hundreds of miles to where it is used, a wet year after a long drought has some people yearning for a place to sock away some of those flood flows for when they are needed.”
The article profiles several proposed surface water storage reservoirs and potential underground storage. Click here to read the free excerpt from this issue.