Come join us for our Quarterly Membership Luncheon on February 10, 2016, when we will be hearing a presentation from Jeffrey Vail, Forest Supervisor for the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, on the possible impact that the El Niño may have on water quality in the San Gabriel Valley. The program will begin at 11:30 and will be held at:
The Swiss Park Banquet Center
1905 Workman Mill Rd.
Whittier, CA 90601 RSVP here and download our flyer h
As winter sets in, Californians are pinning their hopes on a robust El Niño to ease the drought. In addition to drought relief, water managers and public works directors are acutely aware of the water running through their storm drains—impervious channels used for controlling floods but which can also carry pollutants.
That said, the behavior of El Niño is unpredictable and could precipitate at least two surprises water managers can plan for. The first is the public expecta
from ACWA News- "The stage is set for a strong El Niño event this winter, but experts are cautioning that heavy rain and even flooding in some parts of the state will not necessarily end California’s four-year drought. While there is no single factor that will determine when the drought ends, water managers and other experts will be watching several factors for signs of improvement. ACWA has prepared aninfographic with a high-level look at key drought recovery factors and sev