Deven Upadhyay

Metropolitan Water District

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Manager of the Water Resources Management Group for the Metropolitan Water District

Deven Upadhyay on KCRW

To conserve water, Governor Brown has declared war on lawns, and more homeowners have joined the battle than anybody expected.

Metropolitan Water District Overwhelmed with Lawn Rebate Requests

To conserve water, Governor Brown has declared war on lawns, and more homeowners have joined the battle than anybody expected.

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It's often reported that California is in its fourth year of drought.  Well, it's actually lasted more than twice that long.

The Drought, Our Dwindling Water Supplies and the Need to Conserve

It's often reported that California is in its fourth year of drought.  Well, it's actually lasted more than twice that long.

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