Project Purpose & Process
Increase Funding for Distributed Water Resources
Accelerate Retirements of Inefficient Water Fixtures
Leverage State Programs to Improve Data About Water Supplies and Uses
Establish Centers of Excellence in Technologies that Achieve California’s Vision for a Clean and Resilient Future
Tulare County is vulnerable to water supply and quality risks. The County has relatively little precipitation, causing heavy dependence on groundwater whenever surface water supplies are low...
Featured Spotlight: Glenda Humiston
Interested in learning about innovative financing?
Watch Fran Spivy-Weber—former Vice Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)—interview Glenda Humiston, University of California's vice president of agriculture and natural resources.
"[The key is] creating the idea that we're better off collaborating than not. And that that collaboration needs to both be urban and rural. It needs to be large enough to be of scale and yet small enough that people feel ownership."
- Glenda Humiston, Ph.D.