The forecast of a “Godzilla El Niño” in 2016 sounds pretty good in drought parched California. Many of us are willing to risk a few floods and mudslides if the abnormally warm waters of the eastern Pacific can produce winter storms that will engulf our streams and fill our reservoirs.  Filling our surface reservoirs would certainly put us at ease. That relief, however, would only last a year or two if succeeding years are dry. California needs a long-term plan, using a wide variety of water management tools, to better and sustainably supply water for our cities, our world-class farms and our precious environment.  Perhaps no single tool is as important as increasing groundwater recharge in wet years…

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