As the California drought grinds into its fourth year, the exposed shoreline of Shasta Lake shows the steady drop in water level. The reservoir on the Sacramento River holds about 40 percent of the federal Central Valley Project’s stored supply.
As the California drought grinds into its fourth year, the exposed shoreline of Shasta Lake shows the steady drop in water level. The reservoir on the Sacramento River holds about 40 percent of the federal Central Valley Project’s stored supply. Don Bartletti Los Angeles Times
As the California drought grinds into its fourth year, the exposed shoreline of Shasta Lake shows the steady drop in water level. The reservoir on the Sacramento River holds about 40 percent of the federal Central Valley Project’s stored supply. Don Bartletti Los Angeles Times

California farmers brace for more water cuts

June 02, 2015 11:51 AM

UPDATED June 03, 2015 09:36 AM

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