The California Aqueduct (officially known as the Governor Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct) is a key component of the California State Water Project, which was officially begun in 1957 and has been an ongoing project over the last five decades. The groundbreaking for the California Aqueduct itself was in 1963, when construction began on the Harvey O. Banks pumping plant in the South Delta, the starting point for the CA aqueduct.
Construction was begun on the California Aqueduct in 1963 and completed in 1997. It was renamed the Edmund G. Brown California Aqueduct in 1982 after the Governor who helped bring the project to fruition.
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