Houseboats sit in the drought-affected waters of Lake Oroville, one of California’s most important reservoirs, last October. As the drought worsens, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California plans to spend up to $71 million to buy water from farmers in the Sacramento Valley.
Houseboats sit in the drought-affected waters of Lake Oroville, one of California’s most important reservoirs, last October. As the drought worsens, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California plans to spend up to $71 million to buy water from farmers in the Sacramento Valley. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
Houseboats sit in the drought-affected waters of Lake Oroville, one of California’s most important reservoirs, last October. As the drought worsens, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California plans to spend up to $71 million to buy water from farmers in the Sacramento Valley. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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