Conserving in a Land of Plenty

There’s no shortage of water around Medford, Ore., but the prospect of a costly water plant expansion now motivates customers to conserve.

In a corner of Oregon where water supplies are bountiful, the Medford Water Commission faced a challenge in promoting conservation. With a mountain spring as the primary source of up to 26 mgd and the Rogue River as a secondary source, the commission maintained ample supplies and...

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