Arizona has weathered water challenges for the last 50 years but the next century will likely include more demand for water than the available supply. State water leaders are working to minimize the impact through expanded water conservation and other measures.
Just as the State of California was readying growers for what they pretty much expected – announcement of a 5 percent water allocation for State Water Project users – the heavenly faucets began to open and it started to rain and snow on the Golden State.
Don’t get your hopes up just yet though. It’s early… very early and Mother Nature is a fickle one....More
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) has announced Nov. 20 an initial allocation of five percent of requested deliveries to State Water Project (SWP) contractors in calendar year 2014.
Mike Wade, executive director, California Farm Water Coalition, issued the following response....More
At least $68 million has been poured down a rat hole thanks a bunch of brainless anarchists who don’t seem to understand that the public is not fearful of genetically modified food and sees no need to label it....More
The California Natural Resources Agency, the California Environmental Protection Agency and the California Department of Food and Agriculture released a detailed draft action plan to help guide state efforts and resources on one of California’s most important resources, water.
In May, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. directed the agencies to identify key actions for the next one to five years that address urgent needs and provide the foundation for sustainable management of California’s water resources....More