An aerial photo last week shows golf course communities bordering the desert in Cathedral City, near Palm Springs. Unlike many water agencies in Southern California that have strong conservation programs, the ones in this area will have to slash water use by 35 percent because their per-capita use is so high.
An aerial photo last week shows golf course communities bordering the desert in Cathedral City, near Palm Springs. Unlike many water agencies in Southern California that have strong conservation programs, the ones in this area will have to slash water use by 35 percent because their per-capita use is so high. Chris Carlson The Associated Press
An aerial photo last week shows golf course communities bordering the desert in Cathedral City, near Palm Springs. Unlike many water agencies in Southern California that have strong conservation programs, the ones in this area will have to slash water use by 35 percent because their per-capita use is so high. Chris Carlson The Associated Press

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Editorial: We can learn a lot from Southern California about conserving water

April 11, 2015 5:00 PM

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