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International Integrated Water Project©: New water supply for our parched land

International Integrated Water Project©: New water supply for our parched land

By Mohammed Hasan International Integrated Water Project© with Groundwater Alternative Hasan Consultants and Ocean Foresters   Synopsis Hasan Consultants and Ocean Foresters propose an innovation study to drought-proof Colorado River water users and increase business opportunities in the Coachella Valley and Mexico’s hydrologic regions I. Baja California Peninsula and II. Northwest. The International Integrated Water […]

Legislature Passes Historic Legislation Fundamentally Changing California Groundwater Law

Legislature Passes Historic Legislation Fundamentally Changing California Groundwater Law

California’s depleted groundwater basins will not go unmanaged any longer. That’s the directive of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (“Act”), ailment passed late Friday, August 29 by the California Legislature, which Governor Brown is expected to sign. For at-risk basins, the Act requires the designation of a “groundwater sustainability agency” and adoption of a “groundwater […]

Water and what Oxnard needs to consider: an Oxnard resident’s concerns

Water and what Oxnard needs to consider: an Oxnard resident’s concerns

By Steve Nash Editor’s note: This was presented at the 5/6/14 Oxnard City Council meeting by Mr. Steve Nash, a Citizen-activist. Oxnard, CA is very concerned about the severe drought conditions and an already long-term groundwater deficit which preceded it. The groundwater basin underlying the Oxnard plain is on the verge of an irreversible collapse. […]

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