While California residents continue the struggle of trying to conserve water through the drought, one local community raised the bar for water management.
Here in dry, dusty Southern California, dealing with the worst drought in state history has become the “new normal.” In my home, we’ve cut back on showers and watering the lawn.
Chef Christopher Meehan of Bistango joined us on KCAL9 Wednesday to share how to make some drought-friendly dishes.
Some landlords in Los Angeles are proposing a new way to conserve water: have tenants in rent-controlled buildings pay their own water bill.
California’s water board said Tuesday that residents saved less water in February than in any other month since it began tracking conservation efforts last summer.
Water usage by residents in Los Angeles fell this summer from the levels used last year, LADWP officials reported Friday.
An increasing number of Southern Californians are willing to give up their grass to help conserve water – and to take advantage of a doubled lawn removal rebate.
DWP Director of Water Operations Martin Adams says the agency has taken a leading role for consolidation in the state.
Metropolitan Water District officials are expected to ask more than 1.7 million foothill residents to scrimp on their water usage, starting Friday.