What if the drought continues? Some low-income rural residents and California’s wetlands, rivers, and forests are most at risk
California’s water supply is under strain. This compendium of resources focuses on key challenges, how to respond.LEARN MORE
Climate change will bring hotter temperatures, more variable rainfall, less snow. All aspects of water management must adapt.READ MORE
California’s farmers are investing heavily in water-management technologies to take farm-water efficiency to the next level.READ MORE
A study of cost-effective ways to improve the health of the Sacramento – San Joaquin ecosystem.
More than 7 million Californians live in areas that are vulnerable to flooding. Are we doing enough to prepare?