In California’s multiple responses to the drought, there is one key initiative that remains relatively unknown: the California Water Action Plan. The Plan calls for coordinated action to address the dynamic and interconnected challenges faced by the state’s water system. Efficient and effective coordination is exactly what is needed, but the question is, how do the actions of multiple agencies align to advance solutions that are strategic, connected, and adaptive?
The California Roundtable on Water and Food Supply (CRWFS) took on the challenge of identifying strategies for advancing groundwater sustainability within the context of watershed-scale, integrated water management. A recent report details their study of California’s Kings Basin region.
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