Project description: This is the catch all for interviews housed at the Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) at UC – Berkeley related to water resources in California. Most of the interviews are with government officials, politicians, conservationists, and academics.
Regulatory significance: These interviews deal in depth with regulatory strategies to conserve water and improve water quality across the 20th century. Interviewees include managers of the Metropolitan Water District, the Department of Water Resources, and various policy entrepreneurs.
Repository: University of California – Berkeley
Interview dates: 1957 – present
Digital access: Transcripts for these interviews are available online.
Physical access: For access to all transcripts and audio, visit the Bancroft Library at UC-Berkeley, California.