Collaboration is the new game in California water

 •  by Lois Henry
Attendees at the Water Association of Kern County annual water summit Wednesday at Mechanic's Bank Arena in Bakersfield.

If agriculture in the valley is going to survive, water leaders need to get cozy with new ideas and new allies.

And, yes, that means environmentalists.

“Historically, water supplies have been developed in a vacuum,” said Eric Averett, General Manager of Rosedale-Rio Bravo Water Storage District, at the Water Association of Kern County’s annual day long Water Summit Wednesday.

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