By Ted Sturdevant, Ecology Director
Washington's future quality of life depends upon its water future.
What kind of future that is – whether it’s marked by fighting over an increasingly limited resource or whether it spurs creative solutions that meet multiple needs – depends upon how we approach the problem.
My latest Conversations on Washington's Future message offers an insider’s view of how our state is turning water wars into water wins: solutions that meet the needs of growing communities and agriculture, while keeping water in the streams for fish. This approach is doable – and it is working, on both sides of the Cascades.
To learn more: Conversations on Washington's Future
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