California Water Law Symposium: The Advancements and Challenges of Agricultural Water Use Efficiency Since 2009

A panel discussion on agricultural water use and efficiency improvements made since the passage of the Water Conservation Act of 2009 California is the nation’s largest farm state, providing half of the nation’s fruits, vegetables, and nuts, as well as adding $40 billion to the state’s GDP. Agriculture is the largest user of consumptive non-environmental water in the state, a […]

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Guest Commentary: Potential for ag conservation is far less than Pacific Institute/NRDC report claims, says Mike Wade, California Farm Water Coalition

Mike Wade at the California Farm Water Coalition offers this rebuttal to last Friday’s flashback post, Dr. Peter Gleick on The Untapped Potential of California’s Water Supply: He writes: California’s leading irrigation experts have repeatedly shown that the state’s potential for agricultural conservation is a mere 5% of the amount claimed by environmental activists at the Pacific Institute and Natural […]

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