New California Law Recognizes Meadows, Streams As “Green Infrastructure”, Eligible For Public Works Funding
Kelli Barrett
As degraded watersheds drag California into its sixth year of drought, a new law makes forests, farms, and fields eligible for infrastructure funding – and the state is hardly alone, according to new research by Ecosystem Marketplace, which shows a dramatic surge in payments for watershed services across the United States and around the world.

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John Stewart
Vice President, BlueRibbon Coalition