Water Management: What California can learn from Israel

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In Israel wastewater is used to irrigate crops in the desert and desalination is used to provide 60% of the water in densely populated regions.  Recycled or brackish water is used for crops and water is affordable to everyone.  Since California and Israel share a similar physical environment, a lot can be learned from Israel.

Read more… http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/02/27/parallel-worlds-water-management-in-israel-and-california/

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