Gerry Johns

Deputy Director for Water Resources Planning at the California Department of Water Resources

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Deputy Director for Water Resources Planning at the California Department of Water Resources

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The LA Times  reports  that there won’t be poppies this year in the Antelope Valley. Some butterflies are staying dormant because there’s a lack of flowers in Southern California.

Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink

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