Issue 490 March 2010

Water, Water Everywhere

A look at San Francisco's urban water plan
Since 1934 San Francisco has relied on the Tuolumne River in Yosemite for almost all of its water. But to protect the health of the river and establish a more resilient water source in times of drought and disaster, the city is introducing the use of recycled and groundwater and furthering conservation efforts. Read More »

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