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Study Says California Could Expand Water Supply

A new study by the Pacific Institute and the Natural Resources Council says California could expand its current water supply by as much as a third by ramping up strategies such as conservation, water recycling and rainwater capture.

Kyle DuBois of Massey Irrigation examines a recently-installed well water meter in Lubbock, TX, on Mar. 8, 2012.

A new study by the Pacific Institute and the Natural Resources Council says California could expand its current water supply by as much as a third by ramping up such strategies as conservation, water recycling, rainwater capture and better agricultural irrigation methods, which are already in use. You can look at the study, titled "The Untapped Potential of California's Water Supply," here. (NBC San Diego)

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