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Home  >  Water Quality, Conservation, Drought and Irrigation  >   California Drought Programs and Resources (Summary)

California Drought Programs and Resources



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By Rex Dufour

Published: February 2014

Updated: January 2015

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Introduction

In disaster situations, support programs exist to help minimize the negative long-term business impacts that result from the lack of water. The support programs and resources listed here are geared specifically to the California drought, but do contain links and information to national resources good for the whole country.

The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is also striving to help communities prepare for, mitigate, and recover from drought disasters. We are recruiting partner organizations interested in hosting DRC members in their community. Learn more by visiting our Drought Relief Corps website.

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