With a record-setting snowpack this year on the heels of a near-legendary drought, California needs more ways to manage its water so we can store water when we get it, for dry times ahead.
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) is convening the state’s leading experts on water, from agencies and researchers to NGOs and industry partners, to determine what opportunities exist to capture flood flows for recharging depleted groundwater supplies across the state.
Sustainable Conservation’s been leading the charge on groundwater replenishment on active farmland since 2011, and we’re pleased to partner with DWR in leading this key coalition.
The goal? A solid understanding of where the gaps are, be they research- or funding-based, and a collective path forward.
The vision? More water back in the ground, which means more water for a brighter future.