California’s New Culture of Conservation

By Artun Ereren

Record high temperatures and images of empty reservoirs serve as constant reminders to Californians that a new era of water conservation inside and outside the home is crucial. In the Summer of 2015, Californians were called on by the State to embrace emergency conservation measures that intended on alleviating pressure on low water levels.

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Mulholland, Development, and SoCal Water

By Artun Ereren

When we turn on our faucets, it is difficult to imagine where our water comes from. Aside from local groundwater wells, our water is delivered hundreds of miles through mountains and deserts. Three key sources of Southern California water travels 292 miles from the Sacramento Bay Delta, 242 miles from the Colorado River, and 300 miles from the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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