Water snakes its way through the San Joaquin Valley past orchards and fields adjacent to I-5. Jay Lund of UC Davis writes that big changes are coming to the state’s water supply system and they will affect residents, agriculture and wild native species.
Water snakes its way through the San Joaquin Valley past orchards and fields adjacent to I-5. Jay Lund of UC Davis writes that big changes are coming to the state’s water supply system and they will affect residents, agriculture and wild native species. Jim Wilson New York Times File
Water snakes its way through the San Joaquin Valley past orchards and fields adjacent to I-5. Jay Lund of UC Davis writes that big changes are coming to the state’s water supply system and they will affect residents, agriculture and wild native species. Jim Wilson New York Times File

State must brace for big water supply changes

May 04, 2016 12:53 PM

UPDATED May 04, 2016 02:17 PM

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