A year ago, a woman in a tiny house in California had a problem.
She had an expensive water meter.
So, she put a new one on her house.
And she has been using it to keep her lawn looking nice ever since.
But now the meter has expired, and she’s concerned about how much water her house will use.
“We don’t have any water to go into it,” she said.
And she has an idea.
In a story that looks at how water can be rationed in the 21st century, writer David Brooks, who has written about the water crisis, suggests a solution: “If you are not using it properly, it’s not going to be used, and if it’s used incorrectly, it will be used in ways that will destroy the value of the water in your system.”
Water can be a scarce resource in the U.S., where water scarcity is a constant challenge.
It’s a resource that is supposed to be available, but not always.
And that scarcity is reflected in water pricing: Water in the supply chain is priced at about 20 cents per gallon, but the cost of delivering water to homes can go as high as $8.50 per acre.
When it comes to water in California, that price is a lot higher.
Last year, the state saw a record high of 17.2 billion gallons of water use, and California Department of Water Resources (CalDEP) officials estimate that demand will rise to more than 22 billion gallons in 2019, according to a recent report.
CalDEP says it has some plans in place to make up for this shortfall.
For instance, it has a plan to charge homes more for water than they currently pay for.
California has also tried to limit water usage by adding incentives for homeowners to use less water, by offering tax breaks and subsidies to encourage people to conserve water.
The new plan to help people conserve water is a new approach that the state is taking.
The state is trying to increase water conservation in the California way.
That plan has already begun to take shape, and it’s a very different approach than the one many California cities have taken.
To begin with, CalDEP says that people who live in low-income neighborhoods are among those hardest hit by water shortages.
One reason is because these communities have been under heavy water restrictions in recent years.
A report released by CalDEP found that some 1.4 million people were in a high-water zone that restricts the amount of water a person can use.
And water restrictions have been a major problem in areas like Los Angeles, where water restrictions are among the top reasons people choose to move.
So, CalDEP has been looking at ways to help low- and moderate-income residents in low and moderate drought areas, and one of those ways is to help them save water.
The goal of this approach is to create incentives that encourage people who don’t currently use water to save it.
How to conserve in California California already has a program that allows residents to save water by putting in small amounts of compost, or by installing some sort of water conservation system in their home.
CalDEP has also been working on a new water conservation incentive for low-water areas, called a water incentive program.
Now, CalDP wants to give low- or moderate-water people an incentive to conserve more water.
That incentive program would provide $5 to $10 per year to people who make more than $100,000 per year, according the report.
If people in those areas use more water than is needed, the incentive program could be reduced.
These incentives will help reduce water use in low, moderate and high drought areas.
And, CalDep said it is also looking at a new incentive program to help help people in areas that are experiencing extreme drought.
This incentive program, which will be rolled out over the next three years, will pay homeowners a tax break if they use less than 3,000 gallons per day of water, or 2,000 to 3,500 gallons per month.
For people who are currently not paying any water taxes, the tax break could be increased by $2 per month to $5 per month, according CalDEP.
At the same time, people who want to conserve can also apply to be paid $1.25 per month as a conservation credit.
What the drought has meant for the state The drought in California has meant that the amount the state pays for water has skyrocketed.
On top of the extra tax breaks that California has already offered, it also has to pay $2 billion a year for water.
To do that, it needs to keep pumping more water into the system.
It has also become harder for people to afford water.
In fact, the cost to the state of running the water system has risen by about a third over the