California approves $4.3 billion for water conservation project

The State Water Resources Control Board approved a plan Wednesday to build a $4 billion project to restore water quality in a desert area where California’s drought is making it difficult to grow crops and provide jobs.

The plan would create thousands of new jobs and save billions of dollars.

The project is to be funded by a $1.6 billion state water tax, which is used to pay for projects like the drought relief project.

The State Water Conservation Board approved the plan Wednesday.

The project would include a large dam to raise the Sierra Nevada Mountains to about 10 feet above sea level, which will be the highest in the country.

The dam will allow water to flow more easily and to flow faster, creating more drinking water.

The state water board is expected to vote on the plan Friday.