Dry Water Year Tools for Counties
As we enter another year of dry conditions, CSAC is working on behalf of counties to bring a unified voice to water discussions—from groundwater policy dialogue to watershed networks to updating the California Water Plan. Here are some useful tools the state has unveiled to help local communities keep abreast of water conditions at the local, regional, and state levels. For more information, please contact Catherine Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WATER WATCH tracks the most current local and statewide water conditions down to region and even neighborhood. This information is updated dynamically from a variety of data sources.
California’s Groundwater Live leverages the California Natural Resources Agency’s Open Data Platform to improve the timeliness of statewide groundwater information and make it easily accessible for water managers and the public. The platform has real-time data that will help generate greater awareness and improved understanding of groundwater to support more informed decisions over the long term.