From– Capturing water from wet periods for use in drier seasons or years has been central to California’s water management since the early 1900s.  Reservoirs and aquifers are routinely used for this purpose by many agencies and regions.  How much more water can be saved in wetter times for later use?  How much would this cost?  What are the potential environmental costs (and benefits) of storing additional water?  Dr. Jay Lund, Vice Director of the Center for Watershed Sciences and an engineering professor at UC Davis, dove into those questions in the presentation for Sacramento State’s Office of Water Programs webinar series. (more)