Drying California Lake To Get $250M In U.S. Drought Funding

pexels nature lake mountains 2662116 Drying California Lake To Get $250M In U.S. Drought Funding


  • The US government announced it would spend $250 million on environmental cleanup and restoration work around a drying Southern California lake.
  • The money will help speed up existing state projects designed to lower the negative environmental impact of the drying lake bed.
  • “The collaboration happening at the Salton Sea between water agencies and state, federal, and tribal governments is a blueprint for effective cooperation that the Colorado River Basin sorely needs,” said the district’s general manager JB Hamby.

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