The Secure Water Alliance has thoroughly studied these proposed new water supply projects for our region, and has found them to be environmentally sensitive, sustainable, economically viable and deserving of your support. Click on the links to learn more about the contributions these projects can make to a secure water future for Southern California.
Cadiz Water Project – Conserving and using water now lost to high salinity and evaporation.
Carson Water Recycling Project – Adding up to 150 million gallons of water a day to Southern California’s water supply.
Delta Conveyance Project – Revitalizing the Sacramento Delta ecosystem while protecting a primary Southern California water source.
Poseidon Water Project – We believe this 50 million-gallon-a-day desalination plant should remain an option.
According to the latest Drought Monitor analysis as of May 25, not only is the entire state of California in drought, but 26% of the state is in "exceptional drought", the highest category.
Did California learn anything from the last drought? ‘Gambling’ with water continues.
The drought in the western U.S. could last until 2030.