Conservation, Efficiency, Management, Technology to Expand Use of Limited Freshwater


Dams and Reservoirs to Store Water, Move It, Control Excess, Generate Power


Ancient Civilizations Developped Dams and Reservoirs on Tigris, Euphrates, Nile Rivers


Sahduf, Persian Wheel, Waterwheel Early Technology to Move Water to Irrigate Crops


Colorado and Columbia River Projects to Store Water, Provide Power for Dry West

US & State Dams, Reservoirs, Aqueducts, Pumps to Capture and Move California Water


Questions of Benefits of Large Dams as Sustainabile and Environment Issues Rise



Renewed Interest in Rainwater Harvesting in Monsoon and Scarce Water Regions


Rainmaking from Ancients to Scientific Quacks to Silver Iodide Crystals and Nanotechnology


CA Central Valley Aquifer Adds Up to 40% to Surface Flows from Rivers & Reservoirs


Central Valley Produces Most of 25% Food, 50% Fruit CA Supplies US

Water from North Supplements South Valley Crops, Dry Los Angeles Basin


Agriculture Water Savings Centered on Improved Irrigation and Information Technology

Studies Indicate Potential 2.3 Million AcrFt/Yr or 17% of over 70% Total CA Water Use

CA Leads US in Irrigation of High Value Crop Production


Drip Irrigation Systems Nearly Quadruples Water Productivity for Leading Crops


Costly Satellite Irrigation Data May Be Supseded with Cheap Monitors, Sensors, Valves


Desalinization Costly compared to Other Water Due to Energy for Reverse Osmosis


Desalinization Growth in Desert Areas with Wealth, Dry Countries


Studies Indicate Urban Water Use Could Decline by Nearly 1/3 in CA with Conservation


Conservation and Living Habits Can Result in Large Residential Water Savings



Industry Already Realized large Water Saving, Addition Potential and Also in Commercial

Altering Diet for Healthier Living Can Saves Water In Food Growth & Production