Cadiz Inc. seeks to create a loophole in an 1875 railroad law to drain an ancient desert aquifer without federal oversight. The aquifer supports the abundant wildlife of California’s desert – from tortoises and bighorn sheep to breathtaking wildflower blooms.
Cadiz Inc. seeks to create a loophole in an 1875 railroad law to drain an ancient desert aquifer without federal oversight. The aquifer supports the abundant wildlife of California’s desert – from tortoises and bighorn sheep to breathtaking wildflower blooms. Monica Almeida New York Times
Cadiz Inc. seeks to create a loophole in an 1875 railroad law to drain an ancient desert aquifer without federal oversight. The aquifer supports the abundant wildlife of California’s desert – from tortoises and bighorn sheep to breathtaking wildflower blooms. Monica Almeida New York Times

Water extraction project would be destructive to California’s Mojave Desert

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