Despite our very wet winter, California’s water scarcity woes aren’t finished.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has resisted declaring the drought to be over. Just this week, a proposal from President Biden raised the possibility of new, painful water cuts for California. And the state seems increasingly trapped in a pattern of severe storms followed by extreme drought, without much of a happy medium.
So perhaps it goes without saying that water conservation will continue to be a central issue in the Golden State for years to come.
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