The California Aqueduct carries water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to Southern California as urgent calls for California residents to conserve water grow.
Every Southern California water agency agrees that a growing demand combined with a warming climate is set to put L.A.’s faucets in peril of not turning on.
In response, Town Hall Los Angeles plans to gather water professionals together on March 22. They hope to discuss ways the city and surrounding towns can avoid a collective urban case of dry mouth.
The keynote discussion at the Town Hall event includes a former regional water board officer, representatives from the Metropolitan Water District and L.A.’s Bureau of Sanitation, plus UCLA Institute of the Environment & Sustainability’s Mark Gold.
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