Residents and experts discuss the ramifications of flooding the Antelope Valley with 1.8 million acre-feet of water. Gone will be the land that many families have owned for generations. Longtime resident Mary Wells paints a picture of the future. Erika D. Smith The Sacramento Bee
Residents and experts discuss the ramifications of flooding the Antelope Valley with 1.8 million acre-feet of water. Gone will be the land that many families have owned for generations. Longtime resident Mary Wells paints a picture of the future. Erika D. Smith The Sacramento Bee

Water & Drought

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