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Recycle Water To Fight Drought?

Recycle Water To Fight Drought?

May 31,2015- People don’t realize that California has plenty of water – it’s just not using it correctly. Yes, there is the yuck factor to overcome when drinking treated wastewater,…

Gas Prices Head Lower

Gas Prices Head Lower

May 31,2015- California average gasoline prices are down in the past week more than a dime to around $3.71 a gallon as of May 31. The drop coming after Memorial…

Dinuba Produce Firm ‘Fruit Patch’ To Close

Dinuba Produce Firm ‘Fruit Patch’ To Close

Plant Reportedly Sold May29,2015- Embattled produce packing and marketing firm Fruit Patch will close according to a state Warn Notice published in the past few days. The  notice says the…

Bako Packer Had Listeria Problem

Bako Packer Had Listeria Problem

Inspectors Find Listeria at Bidart Bros. Cooling and Packing House Caramel apples were linked to 2014 Listeria outbreak from Food Safety News May 30,2015- Inspector observations from the investigation into…

EPA Announces $1.6 B To Upgrade Sacramento Treatment Plant

EPA Announces $1.6 B To Upgrade Sacramento Treatment Plant

May 30,2015- from ACWA Will Cut 90% Of Ammonia Pollution The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced a record $1.6 billion infusion of funds to help upgrade the Sacramento Regional…

Kaweah River Runoff 9 Percent Of Average – Record Low

Kaweah River Runoff 9 Percent Of Average – Record Low

May 29,2015 Lake To Deliver Irrigation Water Starting June 8 County Seeks Emergency Action to Dig New Wells Short flows on the Kaweah and failing wells around the county are…

Kings County Planners Hear 22 MW Solar Farm Application

Kings County Planners Hear 22 MW Solar Farm Application

May 29,2015- The Kings County Planning Commission will hear an application to build a 22MW solar farm near NAS Lemoore on June 1. The project is being promoted by Visalia…

Fresno County To Get Two New Solar Projects Tied To University of California

Fresno County To Get Two New Solar Projects Tied To University of California

May 29,2015- Fresno County is processing two new solar farm projects that will deliver renewable power to the University of California system next year. Last fall Frontier Renewables LLC, a…

Central Coast Cattle Industry Suffering Losses Due To Drought

Central Coast Cattle Industry Suffering Losses Due To Drought

May 29,2015- from UC news service Author: Jeannette E. Warnert Central Coast ranchers are facing a ‘bust cycle’ due to drought. Since the late 1700s, grazing has been the best…

Removing More LA Lawns In Works

Removing More LA Lawns In Works

May 28,205 MWD Increases Turf Removal- 175 Mil Sq Ft In response to the continued drought, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Board of Directors Tuesday approved a $350…

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