California’s Primary Source Of Water Becoming Less Reliable

California, long burdened by a severe drought, is coming off one if its wettest winters in almost 20 years — but that doesn’t mean its water woes will be left behind. The Sierra Nevada snowpack, which provides 60 percent of the state’s water, held an unusually immense amount of snow in January, according to data released…

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  1. Citizen Reporter March 17, 2017 at 11:15 pm

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    “We can’t use that water,” Keane Sommers, who manages Nevada Irrigation District’s 10 high-country storage lakes, told the Sierra Sun. “We can’t store it.”

    Y’know why? Because moronic state “leadership” has watched, even helped, the population to double while not adding much significant water infrastructure. Half of potable water is simply dumped into the ocean.

    We don’t have a water shortage. We have a brain shortage.

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