The California State Water Project, commonly known as the State Water Project, is the water management infrastructure under the supervision of the Department of Water Resources. It is the largest state funded project ever built, providing drinking water for more than 25 million people and generating 6,500 gigawatt hours of hydroelectricity each year. It also provides flood control, extensive recreational opportunities, fish and wildlife enhancement, and irrigation water for 750,000 acres of farmland.

The State Water Project is so impressive that the American Society of Civil Engineers heralded it as one of the finest examples of how civil engineering shaped California’s quality of life in the 20th century.
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Experience a VR tour of the largest state funded project ever built!
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Updated
August 22, 2019
Size
64M
Installs
5+
Current Version
1.9
Requires Android
7.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
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