Water is essential to California’s quality of life. Our robust economy depends on it. Our families and communities cannot thrive without it. And it is an integral part of California’s physical beauty and diverse environment.

Unfortunately, California’s water system is in a crisis. For the first time in the state’s history, the water supply and delivery system may not be able to meet our growing needs. At the same time, critical environmental resources are in peril. From aging infrastructure to population growth to climate change, we face a complex set of problems that threaten the future of California’s population, economy and environment.

View “California’s Water Crisis” Five-Minute Documentary

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Deteriorating Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta

Water Supply Cutbacks

Aging Infrastructure

Record Drought

Climate Change

Conservation Constraints