Dam Compromise

Few things have played as large a role in shaping California into a globaleconomic power as the ability to access, manage and utilize its most precious natural resource: water. But California’s once state-of-the-art water storage and transfer system is fast becoming antiquated, creating significant supply and environmental problems that threaten to undermine the state’s economy and quality of life. That possibility has spurred a widespread call for the most signifi cant water policy reform and infrastructure development in half a century.

Photos courtesy of Ryan Salm


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