After Releasing Water For Steelhead, Not Enough Left For Trout

The equation “more water equals more fish” has been pushed as an unequivocal truth by the environmental community and their friends among government scientists for so long that it has passed from theory to dogma. But is it correct?

Help Us Stop The Water Crisis In California!

Government agencies are purposely dumping billions of gallons of it's precious water supply into the ocean during the drought, help us Stop The Water Crisis now by sharing these graphics on your Facebook or Twitter.
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Stop The Water Crisis

California can't afford to purposely dump billions of gallons of it's precious water supply into the ocean, help us Stop The Water Crisis now by sharing these great graphics!
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The Backstory Of A Water Scare You Never Knew About

Bakersfield Californian columnist Lois Henry penned a compelling op-ed piece that also provides an accurate history of this year’s Federal involvement with water allocation, as well as what may have motivated their involvement to begin with. A must read!
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El Niño Is Here ~ But Will It Make A Difference?

El Niño is showering our state with tons of water. But most of it is going straight out to the ocean. Why are we not taking advantage of this opportunity to recover from the drought?
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California’s Drought: What Losing 63 Trillion Gallons Of Water Looks Like

A new study says that California’s drought is so severe it’s causing the ground to rise. Check out a series of startling photographs that show the stark difference at Lake Oroville between 2011 and 2014.
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Billions Of Gallons Needlessly Flushed Out To Sea

A well-informed and respected man in the community, the Executive Director of the California Farm Water Coalition, Mike Wade, has penned this poignant piece on the billions of gallons of fresh California water that has been needlessly flushed out to sea.
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NASA Satalite Analysis: 11 Trillion Gallons To Replenish California Drought Losses

It will take about 11 trillion gallons of water (around 1.5 times the maximum volume of the largest U.S. reservoir) to recover from California's continuing drought, according to a new analysis of NASA satellite data.
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California Government Is The Big Water Management Problem

Get informed on the convoluted truth of the man-made water crisis and find out why so much of the fresh water that California has gets wasted by getting pumped into the Pacific Ocean.
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Turn The Water On! A Song For California

Check out this delightful and poignant song that debuted on California Ag Today Radio and was written by Alan Joey Joseph.