Water & Environment Task Force: Underground Water Storage

Our speakers will describe how an innovative recycled water project with a massive underground storage conjunctive use project was able to obtain over $280 million in state funding, meet major ecosystem objectives, make a major contribution to statewide recycling goals, and help the groundwater basin meet its SGMA sustainability goals, even under extreme climate change scenarios.

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