Poll Shows Oregonians Widely Concerned About Water Management
Even people living in cities in the region have been asked to conserve water in the drought. For many of us, it's still there when we turn the tap, but it's also a cause for concern.
The Oregon Values and Beliefs Center did another round of its frequent polls recently, and found roughly 70% of poll respondents concerned about the management of surface water and groundwater.
They also weighed in on a series of dies for water management, including things like meters on wells.
Adam Davis, the Executive Director of OVBC, joins us for an overview.