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Jul 23, 2015
Bold Predictions!
Jerry Brown joins a long list of doomsdayers who have absolutely and unequivocally been 100% wrong about every prediction they've made ... more

Jul 21, 2015
Temperance Flat
"The dam will increase supplies for cities and farmers by a piddling amount, but it's main purpose is storing cold water to help revive fish habitat." ... more

Jul 13, 2015
Did Farmers Finally Win One?
"I don't think, from the board's perspective, there is a practical impact" from the judge's ruling, he said. ... more
Public Responses

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Jul 26, 2015
Let Us Farm
If you really want that food that you and your family put out for your meals to be as safe to eat as it has been

Jul 21, 2015
Why Build Another Dam?
Where, I wonder, will we get the water to put behind the new dam when we canít even fill the reservoirs we have now?

Jul 19, 2015
Dealing with Water Hogs
Fix the water problem and stop inventing new ways for the citizens to hate each other.

Jul 13, 2015
Recharging Aquifers
How are the aquifers going to get recharged each year unless dams capture snowpack and rain runoff, then release it slowly to farmers, where it eventually percolates

Jul 12, 2015
Maybe We Should Regulate What People Eat
You are eating way too much beef which is very water intensive.

Jul 07, 2015
Water Cuts Not Fair to Families
Yet a household with 2 people get a whopping 180 gallons per person per day.

Jul 06, 2015
State Has Failed
Shame on them all. Shame on folks that vote without having any knowledge of what or who they vote for!

Jul 06, 2015
Green Destruction
For every watt of sun and wind power you have to have a watt of conventional power backing it up.

Jul 03, 2015
Farmers Efficient With Water
Estimates of the amount of water that could be conserved...were calculated...by researchers at the Center for Irrigation Technology in CSU Fresno at 1.3 percent

Jun 29, 2015
More Nut Trees!
I see acres of lush green lawns on the property of local almond barons in addition to their young, green almond trees.

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Jul 26, 2015
Let Us Farm
If you really want that food that you and your family put out for your meals to be as safe to eat as it has been ... more

Jul 21, 2015
Why Build Another Dam?
Where, I wonder, will we get the water to put behind the new dam when we canít even fill the reservoirs we have now? ... more

Jul 19, 2015
Dealing with Water Hogs
Fix the water problem and stop inventing new ways for the citizens to hate each other. ... more

Jul 13, 2015
Recharging Aquifers
How are the aquifers going to get recharged each year unless dams capture snowpack and rain runoff, then release it slowly to farmers, where it eventually percolates ... more

Jul 12, 2015
Maybe We Should Regulate What People Eat
You are eating way too much beef which is very water intensive. ... more

Jul 07, 2015
Water Cuts Not Fair to Families
Yet a household with 2 people get a whopping 180 gallons per person per day. ... more

Jul 06, 2015
State Has Failed
Shame on them all. Shame on folks that vote without having any knowledge of what or who they vote for! ... more

Jul 06, 2015
Green Destruction
For every watt of sun and wind power you have to have a watt of conventional power backing it up. ... more

Jul 03, 2015
Farmers Efficient With Water
Estimates of the amount of water that could be conserved...were calculated...by researchers at the Center for Irrigation Technology in CSU Fresno at 1.3 percent ... more
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