Water in a Warming World: Protecting Water Quality While Recharging Aquifers

Over 600,000 Californians rely on nitrate-contaminated public supply wells for their household water needs. Many others struggle with contaminated groundwater from private, domestic wells – so the numbers are even greater. Balancing long-term groundwater sustainability and water quality will help California weather future droughts, ensure safe drinking water, and support our thriving agricultural community that feeds the nation.

The Second webinar in our Water in a Warming World series featured a panel of experts shedding light on how California can work to replenish our aquifers while protecting water quality for the health of our communities.

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