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http://www.mercedid.com/index.cfm/water/drought-watch As California’s unprecedented drought continues, Lake McClure is at a mere 8 percent of its capacity as of March.Currently, MID is warning growers to expect no surface water allocation from Lake McClure for the 2015 irrigation season. ...
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Colorado River – America’s Most Endangered River 2013 The Colorado River is a lifeline in the desert, its water sustaining tens of millions of people in seven states, as well as endangered fish and wildlife. However, demand on the river’s...
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The Haves and Have Nots  California drought is exposing the water poverty in our state. Big City water entitlements keep landscapes and golf courses lush while the Central Valley goes dry.Those who can afford to pay for it will always want it and...
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California continues to face a historic drought so more residents and businesses are looking to water re-use as a fairly easy way to cut their water use. The “gray water” process takes used water from sinks, tubs and laundry washers,...
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Dig It! That’s the name of a traveling exhibit that can be seen at the California Museum in downtown Sacramento. Visitors can go there to uncover the secrets of soil....
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