Kira Redmond

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper

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Executive Director of the Santa Barbara Channelkeeper, a nonprofit that monitors the health of marine habitats in the Santa Barbara Channel

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Three years into the worst drought in California history, Santa Barbara is looking for water. From importing supplies to re-opening its desalination plant -- what are the costs?

Water: Is Santa Barbara All Dried Up?

Three years into the worst drought in California history, Santa Barbara is looking for water. From importing supplies to re-opening its desalination plant -- what are the costs?

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