A bend in the California Aqueduct, with orchards behind. Proposed water tunnels would supply three million acres of farmland and 25 million Californians.
With California's snow pack at just 17 percent of normal, Governor Brown is under growing pressure to declare an official statewide drought. As he noted this week, "governors can't make it rain." But governors can propose massive public works projects -- and the Brown administration is pushing a $25 billion water plan for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Officials say it would help secure the state?s water supply. But even in a dry year with little rain, finding the money for it is no sure thing. Reporter: Lauren Sommer