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Seawater Farming to Solve Oxnard Harbor’s Brown Water Problem (Farming without fresh water)

Seawater Farming to Solve Oxnard Harbor’s Brown Water Problem (Farming without fresh water)

Two local firms have teamed up to solve Oxnard Harbor’s brown water problem using a new and innovative solution. The firms are Hasan Consultants, a nationally recognized civil, environmental and transportation engineering company, and OceanForesters, retained by the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Research Project Agency for designing multi-product aquaculture ecosystems. The innovative solution is […]

Local Author to Discuss ‘How to Drought-Proof California’ at Camarillo Sunrise Rotary

Local Author to Discuss ‘How to Drought-Proof California’ at Camarillo Sunrise Rotary

The owner and principal engineer of Hasan Consultants in Ventura, Mohammed A. Hasan, will discuss his book, “Drought is Not a Four-Letter Word,” at a meeting of Camarillo Sunrise Rotary at 7 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 10, at Spanish Hills Country Club, 999 Crestview Ave., Camarillo. Guests are welcome; the cost of breakfast is $15 per […]

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 […]

 A bold vision for plentiful water in Southern California

 A bold vision for plentiful water in Southern California

By George Miller Thinking outside of the box to supply California with water into the next century. With record-breaking droughts and burgeoning populations in the Southwestern states, the already inadequate water infrastructure won’t meet future needs of residential, agricultural and commercial users. Not only does California have about 40,000,000 thirsty people, but it also provides […]

Building the better mousetrap for rainwater

Building the better mousetrap for rainwater

By Susan Kline With the possibility of greater rainfall in the coming year, Supervisor Parks spoke about capturing that water for use in Ventura County at the Board of Supervisor’s meeting on April 15th. Parks said: “Noticed the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) scientists estimated El Nino by 66%… You wonder what we can […]

Update – California water crisis hits Ventura County

Update – California water crisis hits Ventura County

  by Debra Tash Update to Citizen Journal’s Article: https://citizensjournal.us/californias-water-crisis-hits-ventura-county/ As update to our article Mohammed Hasan of Hasan Consultants http://hasanconsultants.com/ noted a recent article appearing in the Los Angeles Times where Mr. Michael Hilzik suggests that among other things, uprooting of nut trees that use so much water in orchards should be undertaken to save […]