Chris Scheuring

California Farm Bureau Foundation

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Tree farmer in Yolo County and lead water attorney for the California Farm Bureau Federation, which represents big and small farms all across the state

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Yesterday, after four years of drought, Governor Jerry Brown stood on dry grass where the snow pack is normally five feet deep and announced the state's first-ever  mandatory…

Taming Water Use in the Wild West

Yesterday, after four years of drought, Governor Jerry Brown stood on dry grass where the snow pack is normally five feet deep and announced the state's first-ever mandatory…

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California is the only Western state with no regulations on groundwater. Big landowners can pump as much as they want. And, as the drought gets worse, that’s what they’re doing.

The Push to Regulate California’s New Gold… Water

California is the only Western state with no regulations on groundwater. Big landowners can pump as much as they want. And, as the drought gets worse, that’s what they’re doing.

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