I've been photographing the San Fernando Groundwater Reclamation (SFGR) project in North Hollywood since the beginning, when it was just dirt. But until recently, I wasn't quite sure what the project was exactly. That's why I was so surprised and thrilled to see my image in the Los Angeles Daily News in an article about the Tujunga Well Field Response Action Treatment Facility! It was fascinating to read about the project, which aims to reduce Los Angeles' reliance on imported water (something we always seem to have to never have enough of) by providing up to 87,000 acre-feet of drinkable water annually, enough for over 261,000 households.
I'm so proud to be contributing my small part to such an important project. It has been really cool to be able to see the development of the sites from dirt into the facilities they are today. I hope that more projects like these are developed soon, so that we can become more self-sustainable with our supply of clean and reliable drinking water.
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