California Makes Years-Long Climb From The Depths Of Exceptional Drought
Lake Don Pedro is much like the state of California as a whole. It has emerged from the grip of brutal drought, but only after several years of relatively normal or above-average rainfall. The change of fortune ahs rekindled the talk of need for more water storage. Wilson Walker reports.
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