Briefly: California putting stormwater underground to battle drought

Reuters reports that California farmers, with aid from the state and a new groundwater management law, are storing stormwater in recharge ponds in flood years, where it percolates into underground aquifers. It is a technique that should help the state better manage its drought cycles.

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