• State water officials likely won't stop with the Tuolumne River
    Oct 15, 2016

    Are farmers, San Francisco up the same river?

    Rather than call out the hypocrisy of San Francisco’s complaint that losing nearly half of its Tuolumne River water to the State Water Board and environmental activists, let’s see these concerns as a “glass half-full” opportunity. According to the San Francisco Chronicle’s opinion page, the city/county’s public utilities commission is concerned about losing much of its water to a state water grab with strong concerns rippling across the state....More
  • Sunrise over Millerton Lake
    Mar 25, 2016

    Will USBR give Valley farmers another goose egg? 1

    California farmers fear another zero water allocation from the feds...More
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