California's Westlands Water District is implementing groundwater recharge projects to store 200,000 acre-feet of water by Feb 2024, bolstering drought resilience.
Chandler sells storage capacity at the New River Agua Fria River Underground Storage Project to Avondale, part of a shift towards localized water distribution. The $5.7M from the sale aids in future...
DWR manages Lake Oroville releases, addresses record Southern Sierra snowpack, and collaborates with agencies to prepare for snowmelt and prevent flooding in California.
With increasing floodwaters from atmospheric river storms, California's governor and regulators are making it easier to capture stormwater to recharge aquifers.
Managed aquifer recharge is a proven tool in Arizona and California for creating water security for communities faced with periodic drought.
Facing drought and other challenges, California farms are looking at groundwater recharge to help with water predictability issues.