There a beetles with dimples on the shell which can collect fog moisture, I think this is being used to provide water.
Giving the nets an electrostatic charge which I believe also increases the amount of water that can be extracted.
However the article goes on to say that the land around is having less and less water. Perhaps the water table that fed the springs is falling due to extraction elsewhere?
Or that it was once replenished in the past and the rainfall pattern has changed.
Edit: links added
Enhance. Oh, I’m not on TV.
Bosque de Fray Jorge National Park:
Charming short video about how this forest is able to naturally draw water from the fog, a marvel: