In total, 63 farm workers were exposed. Three people were taken to Kaweah Delta Medical Center for symptoms of nausea and vomiting.
The new increase in water for agriculture is merely a five percent bump from the last increase three weeks prior.
California leaders appear to have struck a budget deal to deliver safe drinking water to disadvantaged communities. Here’s how they’ll fund it.
Fishing guides told The Sacramento Bee that thousands of baby salmon turned up dead right next to a $6.3 million salmon restoration project built with taxpayer funds.
A wide-ranging discussion of SGMA focused on data and the basics of evaluating water needs moving forward.
The SGMA Survival Tool Kit event – hosted by Water Wrights, Fresno State’s Water Energy and Technology Center, and the Tulare County Farm Bureau – is being held at the Exeter Memorial Building on Thursday, from 3 to 6 p.m.