The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta provides water for two-thirds of California’s residents, millions of acres of farmland and cities that power the state’s economy. It has also been ground zero for the state’s most contentious water battles for more than half a century. Now, as the state takes on an ambitious multi-billion dollar planning process to fix the Delta, KQED looks at the obstacles ahead and the innovative ideas that could break the water deadlock.
Controversial California Water Plan Takes Shape
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The Good and Not-So-Good News About California Salmon
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Different Deltas: Q&A with Jason Peltier of Westlands Water District
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Different Deltas: Q&A with Barry Nelson of the Natural Resources Defense Council