The California Department of Water Resources has announced nearly $153 million in grants to regional water projects around the state.
The Department says 138 projects will share the money, and many of them will provide drought relief through expanded conservation and water recycling.
The money comes from a bond measure approved by voters in 2006. One of the projects includes a pipeline to provide recycled water to customers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Just over a week after proposing a billion dollars in drought help, California Governor Jerry Brown has signed the aid package into law.
The California Legislature has sent a $1 billion emergency drought aid package to Gov. Jerry Brown. But one of the two measures in the package drew opposition from Republicans.
Californians show deep concern that the state’s drought may be a long-term problem in a new survey by the Public Policy Institute of California.
California Gov. Jerry Brown’s $1 billion drought response legislation is on its way to the Assembly after winning Senate approval Wednesday afternoon.
A little noticed provision of the proposed $1.1 billion drought relief bill could help poor communities.