CSPA Adopts Drought Position Paper

CSPA, along with the California Water Impact Network and AquAlliance, have adopted a general drought position paper.  The paper points out that, while drought occurs approximately 40% of the time in California, there is sufficient water for our cities, responsible and sustainable agriculture and fisheries and wildlife if its not wasted and inequitably distributed.

The present crisis is largely of our own making and the over allocation, waste and misuse of limited water supplies must stop.  The state’s antiquated, expensive and environmentally destructive hydraulic system is unsustainable and the best, most reliable and untapped source of available new water is conservation, reclamation and reuse of local water supplies.

Drought Position Paper

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