Latest Western Water Explores Potential For Managed Aquifer Recharge To Aid California’s Groundwater Basins
To survive the next drought and meet the looming demands of the state’s groundwater sustainability law, California is going to have to put more water back in the ground. But as other Western states have found, recharging overpumped aquifers is no easy task.
A UC Berkeley symposium in which water managers and others from across the West assessed the opportunities and challenges of improving troubled aquifers through managed aquifer recharge is the focus of our latest article in Western Water, our flagship publication.
The Foundation’s journalists — Executive Director Jenn Bowles, News & Publications Director Doug Beeman and chief writer Gary Pitzer — bring deep experience covering natural resources in California and the West. In addition, veteran journalist Matt Weiser manages the Foundation’s daily Aquafornia news service.
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