Today, the California Resources Agency released a draft water action plan to address the state’s current and future water care needs. The Brown Administration’s draft plan – a collaboration of government, industry and other stakeholders -- includes key actions needed in the next one to five years to manage urgent needs and establish a water policy foundation for all of California.
In her release, agency secretary, Karen Ross stated, “All Californians have a stake in our water future. This plan will set us on a path toward reliability, restoration, resilience and sustainability.”
WG will be engaging with the administration to provide feedback in the coming months.
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