ACWA (Association of California Water Agencies) is working on a new policy to help California cope with the changes from its fourth year of drought.
California’s continually changing climate and risk of destructive wildfires are high on the list of concerns. According to the article posted by ACWA, The new policy framework, “Improving the Resiliency of California’s Headwaters” will work on preserving headwaters areas such as the Sierra Nevada, which supplies much of the state with water.
The article also stated,“At a time when we can’t take a single drop for granted, we must engage partners from one end of the state to the other to improve the resilience of our headwaters areas for the benefit of people and the environment.” –ACWA Executive Director Timothy Quinn
Read more about the policy framework.