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Be Water Wise

  • Understanding California's water infrastructure
    Understanding California's water infrastructure

    Water agencies in Southern California are confronting the drought by working to promote conservation, expand the region's storage network and increase water reserves. Efforts like these over the past two decades have enabled the Southland to enter this historic dry period with record...

  • A water system put to the test
    A water system put to the test

    The current drought is a record-breaker. Let's count some of the ways:

  • The importance of smart water storage
    The importance of smart water storage

    Entering this three-year drought cycle, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California held the largest amount of water in reserve in its history. And there will be substantial reserves available next year, too, if necessary — the result of smart water storage and prudent...

  • Now, more than ever, the need to conserve
    Now, more than ever, the need to conserve

    California has broken an ominous record — the most severe drought conditions in decades. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, a weekly map produced since the late 1990s by the National Drought Mitigation Center, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Oceanic and...

  • Where our water comes from
    Where our water comes from

    Many people don't realize that half of the water used in Southern California originates hundreds of miles away in the Colorado River Basin and Northern California. Today, with both of those regions in the throes of drought, it's even more critical for the Southland to do more with...

  • A guide to water conservation rebates in Southern California
    A guide to water conservation rebates in Southern California

    Southern California has a strong track record when it comes to embracing water conservation. Since 1985, the demand for water in Southern California has remained flat even as the population has grown by 5 million people.

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