Although the historic agreement between farmers in the Imperial and Palo Verde valleys and Southern California was inked six years ago, water has yet to move.

With the ongoing drought, that could change. Within the next 10 years, 700,000 acre feet could be transferred from the Imperial Irrigation District and Palo Verde Irrigation District to urban water users.

But several hurdles, particularly environmental ones, must first be overcome.

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