The Associated Press – Samantha Young
Sacramento, CA (AP) — Californians are being asked to water their lawns less, plant native shrubs and install more-efficient irrigation systems to stave off water shortages and mandatory rationing amid growing worries about a possible long-term drought.
The increasingly urgent call to conserve water comes as state officials said Thursday that the Sierra Nevada snowpack, a key source of the state’s water supply, has fallen about one-third below normal levels.
“Desalination must be included in any discussion of future water sources for Orange County."
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