Residents of California have been coping with a drought for many years. The month of December has brought some relief in the form of powerful storms, but reservoirs remain low.
Some experts recommend implementing pond projects to harness floodwater, which would otherwise damage infrastructure and crops. Huron, a small farming town, is now working on establishing its own water security.
Ediz Tiyansan takes a look at what it could mean for agriculture and whether similar projects could be replicated elsewhere.