Tuesday, November 10
Now that's thinking
From Alice & Shelby's latest roundup of drought news for the Los Angeles Times "Water and Power" newsletter:
Restoring groundwater: In Central California, water officials are preparing underground systems for what could be the bounty of water that accompanies El Niño. It’s a way to replenish groundwater systems that have been depleted by the drought. “A confluence of factors is focusing attention on stowing supplies underground, which is generally cheaper and less environmentally damaging than building a big dam and reservoir.”Bravo!