Let's talk about water

Water drips from a faucet at the Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) residential recycled water fill station on April 8, 2015 in Pleasanton, California.
Water drips from a faucet at the Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) residential recycled water fill station on April 8, 2015 in Pleasanton, California.
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KPCC journalists have been turning their attention to the future of water in California with a look at what we can expect to experience in the year 2040. What will our new realities be? This is a series that will last one week, but it’s a conversation we are committed to continuing—with you.

We would like to extend a special invitation for you to become part of what we’re informally calling KPCC’s “water cohort.” Should you be interested, over the next several months and beyond, we’ll come to you with periodic questions about your relationship with water and how it’s evolving—or not. We’ll also invite you to the occasional drought- and water-themed in-person conversations. Our reporters and editors want to hear and learn from you. 
 
If you are interested in participating, please take a moment to respond to our questions. 
 
Everything you share will be read by journalists only, and your responses are confidential unless you tell us we may publish them.