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WHO OWNS GROUNDWATER? California’s drought underscores the need to improve how the state — and the rest of us — divvy up a resource in deman...

Who Owns Groundwater?

WHO OWNS GROUNDWATER? California’s drought underscores the need to improve how the state — and the rest of us — divvy up a resource in deman.

Farmers in California are suffering their greatest water loss in history because of the drought as river water used for crop irrigation has been reduced by one-third, according to a new University of California-Davis paper.

Farmers in California are suffering their greatest water loss in history because of the drought as river water used for crop irrigation has been reduced by one-third, according to a new University of California-Davis paper.

Reverse osmosis trains of the Groundwater Replenishment System http://ensia.com/features/reuse-the-next-wave-for-water-conservation/

Reuse: The Next Wave for Water Conservation?

As pressures on surface and groundwater grow, so does interest in reclaiming municipal water near its source.

A new view of global groundwater reveals an urgent need to reverse depletion trends. http://ensia.com/features/groundwater-wake-up/

New view of global groundwater reveals urgent need to reverse depletion trends

A new view of global groundwater reveals an urgent need to reverse depletion trends. http://ensia.com/features/groundwater-wake-up/

Californian drought is so severe it's 'causing the ground to move' - Americas - World - The Independent

Californian drought is 'causing the ground to move'

Lake Oroville water levels - How extensive is California's drought? Compare the photos

Freshwater Depletion: Realities of Choice.  Photograph:  Severe drought in California.  Article on Comfortably Unaware:  Global Depletion and Food Choice Responsibility by Dr. Richard Oppenlander

Freshwater Depletion: Realities of Choice. Photograph: Severe drought in California. Article on Comfortably Unaware: Global Depletion and Food Choice Responsibility by Dr.

The Journey into High-Quality Hay | Farming Magazine

Dry hay is the core of many livestock feeding regimens, which makes controlling the quality of hay critical to animal health. Many farmers make hay themsel

California’s Drought — Who’s Really Using all the Water? [INFOGRAPHIC]

California’s Drought — Who’s Really Using all the Water? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Fourth-generation farmer Chris Hurd surrounded by pistachio trees

How one California farmer is battling the worst drought in 1,200 years

How one California farmer is battling the worst drought in years

The drought that has been afflicting most of the Western states for the past 13 years may be a “megadrought," scientists say.

Though NOAAs new report seemed to exonerate global warming as a cause of last summer’s historic drought, the idea that global warming is off the hook is probably too hasty.

Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change: A Down-to-Earth Solution to Global Warming

The Rodale Institute has recently published a White Paper titled "Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change: A Down-to-Earth Solution to Global Warming"

River Road, Salinas Valley, CA.  Fields & miles of crops grown right here in the Salinas Valley.

RL River Road, Salinas Valley, CA. Fields & miles of crops grown right here in the Salinas Valley.

North Carolina farmer Russell Hedrick gets the max from cover crop mix http://southeastfarmpress.com/grains/north-carolina-farmer-russell-hedrick-gets-max-cover-crop-mix

North Carolina farmer Russell Hedrick gets the max from cover crop mix

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