Expanding water storage helps California's
California's future is being built today.
Expanding California's water storage today prepares our communities, environment, and farms for water shortages that are already affecting our daily lives.
In 2014, California's voters recognized the need to begin upgrading our state's water storage infrastructure by passing Proposition One, a water bond dedicated to helping build facilities that will improve water management for all water users.
Learn more about some of the projects being proposed below.
Tulare Lake Storage and Floodwater Protection Project The Proposed Project will construct new south-of-Delta storage...Read More
CFWC BlogMarch 20, 2023
Developing Renewable Energy While Protecting the Farms That Grow Our Food
CFWC BlogJanuary 25, 2023
There is broad consensus on the need to capture more water when its raining
CFWC BlogDecember 7, 2022
Our Food Supply at Risk: White Paper on the Importance of Alfalfa Production in the American West
CFWC Blog, Water RightsAugust 30, 2022
Abandoning Established Water Law Does Nothing to Produce or Save One Drop of Water and Puts Our Food Supply at Risk
CFWC BlogJune 29, 2022
Guest Blog: CA water board readopts precedent-setting groundwater regs
CFWC Blog, Drought, Fact SheetsJune 14, 2022
2022 Fallowing and Economic Impact Estimates