How a giant 45-mile long super-tunnel might be the key to helping California’s parched south

A giant, 45-mile long underground tunnel is at the heart of a new plan to move water from California’s wetter north to its parched south.

The scheme would see water removed from the Sacramento River, the state’s largest, to the California Aqueduct which currently ends near Santa Barbara and San Bernardino in the state’s southern portion.

Mark Gibson

Graduates in Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois 1990. Move to Los Angeles California in 2004. Specialized in Internet journalism.

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