Tag: water conservation
The latest figures on water conservation in California would seem to bear out the need for more strict, mandatory measures, such as the governor recently announced.
As California plods into its fourth year of drought, critics say the latest round of statewide water restrictions are too little -- and possibly too late.
Who's using the most -- and the least water? The numbers are in -- but officials warn that they can be misleading.
A key indicator of California's water prospects is likely to peak out at about one-third of normal.
Utilities find that nothing drives water savings quite like giving you a peek at your neighbors' habits.
Every September, the majestic sandhill crane migrates by the thousands from their breeding grounds as far north as British Columbia to the San Joaquin Valley Delta to fatten up for the next breeding season. Their long-term survival depends on innovative collaborations between conservation biologists and farmers to manage agricultural land as high-quality habitat.