Much of the western United States is dry, very dry.
From the fountains of Vegas to the irrigated garden that is California and the sprinkler fed lawns of Colorado's Front Range, water is what makes the west grow, and we're running out.
Disclaimer, I'll fish but I'm not obsessed. Lot of work for a little protein. I just liked the video.
What does concern me is that we spend so much effort to waste water. Many of the covenants for home owner associations dictate a large percentage of the front lawns must be irrigated blue grass. We spend lots of effort paying workers from other countries to come here and mow our lawns and spray tons of poisons and fertilizers to further clog our water systems.
Water bills lack the progressivity to encourage conservation. A fee structure to encourage conservation would have a very low rate at for four or so thousand gallons and then double for six or seven and double again for ten or twelve and double again ever four or five thousand gallons.