The Colorado River is a crucial water source for seven states and Mexico. We talked to an expert about how to balance priorities in managing the river.
California’s water managers face many challenges—from climate change to a growing population. We talked to Celeste Cantú about how the profession must change to better address these issues.
California’s urban areas used a variety of tools to get through the latest drought. A panel of urban water experts explored successful strategies, and lessons learned to help prepare for future droughts.
The state’s new attorney general, Xavier Becerra, is at the forefront of legal battles with Washington. Before a large crowd in Sacramento, Becerra talked about his strategy.
California’s forested watersheds are feeling the effects of drought and fire suppression practices that encourage overly dense stands of trees.
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