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Power Talk With Kevin Fox Features StopTheWaterCrisis.org

Local Modesto and Stockton radio station Power Talk 1360 with Kevin Fox recently discussed the California water crisis with advocate Gianna Gragnani who helped to create the StopTheWaterCrisis.org petition.
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Day Of Reckoning For Our Rivers

Find out why the state of California is expected to demand that 40 percent of the Tuolumne River near Hughson to flow to directly to the Delta.
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Facing The Realities Of Limited Water Supplies

The State Water Resource Control Board will issue reports that make clear that senior water rights holders in the Sacramento River Valley must give up some what they have seen as their water for the benefit of the environment.
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Response To The State Water Control Board’s Water Quality Control Plan

The State Water Resources Control Board has released its Water Quality Control Plan, read statements from some of the people that will be impacted by this new plan.
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BREAKING NEWS: California Homeowner Drought-Relief Bill Passes Senate

Learn about how the California Homeowner Drought-Relief bill authorizes up to $15 million for water and wastewater projects for qualifying homeowners based on income and other factors.
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Is The Drought Causing A Health Crisis In California?

Our friends at News Deeply published this article exploring how taking some water conservation steps could present a health crisis in California.
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California’s Absurd Water Policy Must Change

The Executive Vice President of Harris Farms in Coalinga (Fresno County), William Bourdeau, wrote this poignant op-ed piece for the San Francisco Chronicle about the sad state of California's misguided water policy.
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Dead Harvest Short Film

In this eye-opening short film, filmmaker and writer Ray McNally chronicles the human side of the 4+ year drought and how a natural challenge has turned into a human calamity of epic proportions.
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How A Chicago Restaurant Opening Shed Light On Struggles Of Drought-Impacted California Farmers & Chefs

Chef Chris Jacobson was a competitor multiple times on Bravo TV’s "Top Chef" series and owns restaurants in Los Angeles and Chicago. He wrote a compelling op-ed piece for Forbes.com that we wanted to share.
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California’s Drought Is So Bad That Thousands Are Living Without Running Water

In this Mother Jones article, thousands of local CA residents are living without running water due to the extreme impact of California's Drought.