The Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct of the State Water Project and the Delta-Mendota Canal, part of the federal Central Valley Project, transports water from Northern California south. Gov. Pat Brown’s California responded to the water crisis of his day with a massive undertaking, building the State Water Project. But California’s water infrastructure has changed little in the past 50 years.
The Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct of the State Water Project and the Delta-Mendota Canal, part of the federal Central Valley Project, transports water from Northern California south. Gov. Pat Brown’s California responded to the water crisis of his day with a massive undertaking, building the State Water Project. But California’s water infrastructure has changed little in the past 50 years. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee file
The Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct of the State Water Project and the Delta-Mendota Canal, part of the federal Central Valley Project, transports water from Northern California south. Gov. Pat Brown’s California responded to the water crisis of his day with a massive undertaking, building the State Water Project. But California’s water infrastructure has changed little in the past 50 years. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee file

Work is just beginning for California water policy

January 17, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED May 07, 2015 03:55 PM

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