For most California water users, every drop is scrutinized, accounted for, and paid for, but not for all. It’s time for regulators to get serious on illegal diversions of water.
Thanks to the latest round of restrictions, the home of the fifth-largest economy in the world now resembles a third-world, landlocked country.
“Well, we finally have that much sought-after statewide drought emergency from Gov. Gavin Newsom. Now it’s time to realize what this really means.”
“The Golden State’s lack of water spells catastrophe in wildfire season and could leave poor communities without water. Don’t worry, Washington Democrats say. We’re focusing on coral reefs.”
When it comes to supplying California’s water to those responsible for feeding the nation, every one has an opinon – and an expectation of three square meals per day.
Welcome to dry California, a place where we have one full reservoir: a reservoir full of hyperbole, propaganda, and political theatre.
The debate over climate change is long-over in California. The battle now centers on who decides our future because of it, Wayne Western, Jr. writes.
The arrival of Joe Biden and a barrage of environmental overhaul is leaving professional environmentalists celebrating like it’s Christmas morning.
Joe Biden is in the White House. Meet his team running the Department of Interior, the top department that holds sway over water flow in the Valley.
From an agricultural point of view, it is admittedly an uphill battle for congressional candidate Phil Arballo.