At a recent meeting in the Governor’s Office involving environmental, agricultural and urban representatives, it was agreed that in an average year, 50 percent of surface water from rain and snow goes to environmental purposes, 40 percent toward growing food and farm products, and 10 percent to urban needs.
At a recent meeting in the Governor’s Office involving environmental, agricultural and urban representatives, it was agreed that in an average year, 50 percent of surface water from rain and snow goes to environmental purposes, 40 percent toward growing food and farm products, and 10 percent to urban needs. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
At a recent meeting in the Governor’s Office involving environmental, agricultural and urban representatives, it was agreed that in an average year, 50 percent of surface water from rain and snow goes to environmental purposes, 40 percent toward growing food and farm products, and 10 percent to urban needs. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

It’s time for an honest discussion about water

April 18, 2015 5:00 PM

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