The Waterboy Blog

As you are probably aware, California is experiencing its worst drought in recorded history.  If you want to help in the effort to conserve our most precious natural resource,  please consider taking some of the following actions and please share these and other water-saving ideas...

According to the Orange County Register, California needs 11 trillion gallons of water in order to see the end of the drought. The newspaper quoted a 12-year NASA study that compiled data on water storage levels in groundwater, reservoirs, and the snowpack. Those levels cycle...

The San Diego City Council last month voted to move forward with Pure Water San Diego, a 20-year plan that could result in a significant portion of the region’s water supply coming from a wastewater-recycling program. The move comes as a way to help ease...

According to the San Diego County Water Authority, the San Diego region has been awarded more than $15 million in fast-tracked funding by the California Department of Water Resources for a variety of projects aimed at increasing local water supplies and decreasing demands. Together, the...

On November 5, 2014, the San Diego County Water Authority released a statement regarding the passing the previous day of Proposition 1, the $7.5 billion statewide water bond that is meant to protect against the effects of future droughts. “We salute the residents of San Diego...