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Why Some Western Water Agencies Are Writing 100-Year Water Plans

The way that the plan deals with watersheds I think is very important,” That’s because the plan connects the dots between customers’ taps and the upstream forests that naturally gather and store the water. Protecting those forests is a key part of the plan for securing water for future generations. ~ Sterling Grogan, Senior Advisor and Ecologist, Carpe Diem West

The importance of long range water plans has been integral in conversations around the West, especially with the Network Leaders at Carpe Diem West.  Executive Director Kimery Wiltshire and Network Leader Sterling Grogan are both quoted in this WaterDeeply article.

July 25, 2017

Photo Credit: AP/Susan Montoya Bryan

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