Signs like this one dot the landscape of western Fresno County, where county officials got a grant to improve understanding of nearby aquifers to meet the state’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. The new law, which takes effect in 2020, will require local communities to know how much groundwater they have available before overdraft occurs.
Signs like this one dot the landscape of western Fresno County, where county officials got a grant to improve understanding of nearby aquifers to meet the state’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. The new law, which takes effect in 2020, will require local communities to know how much groundwater they have available before overdraft occurs. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Signs like this one dot the landscape of western Fresno County, where county officials got a grant to improve understanding of nearby aquifers to meet the state’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. The new law, which takes effect in 2020, will require local communities to know how much groundwater they have available before overdraft occurs. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Valley counties receive money for water studies

March 25, 2016 05:46 PM