It's a common mantra in the Bay Area that our water is the purest in the world. But even in the Bay Area, communities that are primarily Black and Latino report concerns that their tap water isn't clean or affordable. California's Integrated Regional Water Management program, funded by a 2014 ballot measure, allowed the San Francisco Estuary Partnership to work with Bay Area frontline communities to learn more about their drinking water challenges — and the results are eye-opening. Join us as we dive into learning more about the issues facing water equity and how the Bay Area can provide safe, clean, affordable drinking water to all residents.
- James Muller / San Francisco Estuary Partnership
- Laura Feinstein / SPUR
- Rosa Nelson / Nuestra Casa
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