Fish vs. Farmer: Who gets the water?

The result of California’s water crisis is 800,000 acres of farmland being dried up and unusable. This crisis is not due to a lack of water supply, but rather government regulations and mismanagement of the state’s water. The Endangered Species Act has become a tool of radical environmentalism allowing fish in the Delta to have plenty of water, while farms in America’s “bread basket” dry up. Central Valley dairy farmer Mark McAfee explains how the water crisis affects everyone including those who live in California cities.

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One Response to Fish vs. Farmer: Who gets the water?

  1. William "Bill" Hicks April 15, 2014 at 2:05 pm

    Mr. McAfee is correct. The unfortunate facts are that it will take pain, or at least inconvenience, to the 99% before this information wil resonate in their minds. Hopefully, by then, it won’t be too late.

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