Maria Jimenez, 54, left, lives in a constant state of transporting water in the Tulare Lake basin. She is helped by her daughter Mireya Romo, 25, and granddaughter Nevaeh Hernandez, 4, as she pours water from large containers her husband brought from working in the grape fields into smaller jugs to be used for essentials inside their home in Monson.
Maria Jimenez, 54, left, lives in a constant state of transporting water in the Tulare Lake basin. She is helped by her daughter Mireya Romo, 25, and granddaughter Nevaeh Hernandez, 4, as she pours water from large containers her husband brought from working in the grape fields into smaller jugs to be used for essentials inside their home in Monson. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Maria Jimenez, 54, left, lives in a constant state of transporting water in the Tulare Lake basin. She is helped by her daughter Mireya Romo, 25, and granddaughter Nevaeh Hernandez, 4, as she pours water from large containers her husband brought from working in the grape fields into smaller jugs to be used for essentials inside their home in Monson. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com