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Tag: Drought Watch 2014

<a href=http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2014/11/26/hot-showers-arent-a-luxury-in-california-drought target=_blank >Hot Showers a Blessing for Valley Town Suffering From Drought</a>

KQED News | November 26, 2014

Hot Showers a Blessing for Valley Town Suffering From Drought

Drought conditions in parts of Central California are now so harsh that it has become normal to turn on the tap and have no water coming out. In the rural town of East Porterville, more than 600 household wells went dry this summer. Tulare County is now providing showers for the town's residents.

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<a href=http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2014/11/21/feinstein-promises-to-try-again-on-california-water-bill target=_blank >Feinstein Promises to Try Again on California Water Bill</a>

KQED News | November 21, 2014

Feinstein Promises to Try Again on California Water Bill

A controversial effort by the California Senator to broker drought-driven water legislation is dead, for now.

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<a href=http://ww2.kqed.org/news/2014/11/17/california-drought-water-delivery-trucks/ target=_blank >Drought Brings Boom for Water Delivery Trucks</a>

KQED News | November 17, 2014

Drought Brings Boom for Water Delivery Trucks

They help Central Valley residents whose wells run low. For Eugene Keeney, it's a thriving business.

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Dueling Drought Strategies: Save More Water or Store More Water

KQED Science | June 10, 2014 | 2 Comments

Dueling Drought Strategies: Save More Water or Store More Water

Two competing camps have emerged about how to boost California's water supplies during dry times: conserve more water or build more water storage.

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During Long, Dry Summer of Drought, Nobody Wins

KQED Science | April 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

During Long, Dry Summer of Drought, Nobody Wins

Water managers are walking a tightrope this year, balancing three competing needs: how much water to deliver to people and agriculture, how much to provide for wildlife and how much to save for next year, in case it’s just as dry.

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