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CityDig: Here’s What Owens Lake Looked Like Before Los Angeles Drank It Dry

This 1939 map shows the bucolic valley that Fred Eaton and William Mulholland would turn into a wasteland

Frank Gehry Promises Not to Turn the L.A. River Into a Solo Project

The architect tells us his work to revitalize the waterway isn’t what critics think

Marcie Edwards Leads the DWP in a Future of Massive Challenges

Dismal public opinion being just one

Drought for Dinner: How Much Water Went into Your Pork Chop?

A lot, it turns out. That’s the challenge of, you know, eating

The Drought: The Dry Years to Come

Rain or no rain, if we don't start rethinking water, we're sunk

Not One But Two Experts Tell Us the Deal with Gray Water

Recycling water in your house can be a great way of conserving, but there are some catches

Drought Data: The Surprising Numbers Behind Household Water Use

So you think you’ve maxed out on the H2O you are able to save? A quick dive into the facts and figures might help you squeeze a few more drops out of your bill
Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Is Going Brown Gracefully

The city better known for excess is going without water—and looking good
conserving water

L.A. by the Slice: How Are We Conserving Water?

Be warned, Sparkletts truck drivers