Michael Wehner

Assistant General Manager, Orange County Water District

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Assistant General Manager and Head of Water Quality for the Orange County Water District

Michael Wehner on KCRW

LA has become a megalopolis in an arid part of the country by importing water from the  Owens Valley,   Northern California  and the  Colorado River.

Los Angeles Takes Another Serious Look at Water

LA has become a megalopolis in an arid part of the country by importing water from the Owens Valley, Northern California and the Colorado River.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Thirteen years may sound like a long time, but when you’re talking about the water supply for Southern California, it’s a different story.

Where Has All The Water Gone?

Thirteen years may sound like a long time, but when you’re talking about the water supply for Southern California, it’s a different story.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The current dry spell is likely to continue for a long time to come, and Southern California's water supply is also being reduced by legal demands on the Colorado River and…

Down the Drain and Up Again

The current dry spell is likely to continue for a long time to come, and Southern California's water supply is also being reduced by legal demands on the Colorado River and…

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