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Aug 27, 2015
Our Signs Are Everywhere
and they are also in newspapers like the L.A. Times. ... more

Aug 24, 2015
Voting for Climate Change
Can’t be a Republican because they do not understand or appreciate the ‘facts’ of climate change and the stupidity of building dams. ... more

Aug 18, 2015
A (Only In) California Water Story
So, instead of releasing the water for farm benefits which can be proven beyond the shadow of a doubt, they hold back the water for some speculative, maybe, can't-be-sure event in the future. ... more
California Water Crisis



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California's water policy is about more than farmers. It's about jobs, schools, families and our environment. The San Joaquin Valley is the #1 agriculture producing area in the country and has the unique ability to provide a safe and reliable food supply, which is essential to the California economy and long term security of the United States.

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Aug 28, 2015
Reality check: Despite Fiorina's claim, Democrats not at fault for California's drought

Aug 28, 2015
How farmers have hit record numbers … despite the drought

Aug 28, 2015
A lot to learn: California falls behind in water management

Aug 28, 2015
Another hurdle for the twin tunnels project

Aug 28, 2015
California, US seek permits for giant water tunnels project

Aug 27, 2015
Fresno State study says drought causes $3.3 billion in farm losses

Aug 27, 2015
California Water Use s 31.3 percent, Exceeds 25 Percent Mandate for July

Aug 27, 2015
El Nino likely no help for Northern California reservoirs

Aug 27, 2015
Partnership to test whether forest thinning can grow groundwater, snowpack

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Aug 25, 2015
Dead Lawns Don't Help
Taking shorter showers and letting lawns die will have very little impact on the problem. ... more

Aug 21, 2015
Tearing Down the Dam
From a permitting perspective repairing an existing dam is expensive but possible. Building a new dam is virtually impossible. ... more

Aug 19, 2015
DiFi and Science
The easiest way of creating "advocacy science" that is actually a form of fraudulent science is to leave out a primary variable ... more

Aug 17, 2015
Climate Predictions
If you want to know why people pretend to be able to predict the future of climate conditions, just see what they are getting in return. ... more

Aug 16, 2015
49% to the Ocean
It's time to reprioritize spending on critical infrastructure rather than vanity ("bullet train") and social engineering nonsense ... more

Aug 16, 2015
Crisis Mentality
Building more water storage facilities and capacity would only lead to a lessening of the crisis mentality that works wonders for the state centers of power ... more

Aug 12, 2015
Committed to long-term solution?
If so...then cancel the, so called, high-speed train to nowhere and use those funds ... more

Aug 09, 2015
Feinstein/Boxer Drought Bill
Anyone that believe F& B would ever write legislation good for farmers probably voted for all the water bonds ... more

Aug 09, 2015
Using Water to Cool the Fish
In the states WORST recorded drought. Washington is asking to waste water so the fish are cool? ... more
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