California’s Worsening Drought Highlights Conservation and Lack of New Water Supply

If you have visited places like Big Bear Lake or Lake Arrowhead, you cannot help but notice how far the water levels have receded…as with our forests, our water resources have been very poorly managed by a government that hasn’t a clue how to govern…

Here’s an insightful into the problems and potential solutions…

California is facing exceptionally dry conditions with around 88 percent of the land experiencing a severe drought.

My guest is Steve Sheldon. He is the board president of Orange County Water District.

He discusses if water conservation in the state is the only way out of the drought and why California hasn’t invested in large-scale water infrastructure over the last few decades.

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