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Final Note

Water you doing, Jerry Brown?

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 1, 2015
On Wednesday, Governor Jerry Brown ordered a mandatory 25 percent reduction in water use statewide. He made the announcement standing at a ski resort in the Sierra Nevada mountains where there was nary a flake of snow to be seen, a…

In dry California, using price to police water use

by Sarah Gardner Oct 16, 2014
California cities don't like the word "rationing," but "pricing" can serve the same purpose.

The numbers for October 1, 2014

by Tony Wagner Oct 1, 2014
Jobs, drought and arrests in mainland China: Here's what we're reading Wednesday.

California's wells are going dry now, too

by Lauren Sommer Aug 21, 2014
The long drought has led to a strain on groundwater - much like having too many straws in the same glass.

California could stay dry enough to make food pricier

by Dan Weissmann Aug 14, 2014
Over the long term, the state may not have the water it needs to farm this much.

Water could be "blue gold" for Dayton, OH

by Lewis Wallace Aug 11, 2014
As states face major water shortages, some cities sense a business opportunity
Water softens in giant pools at the water treatment plant in Dayton, Ohio.
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California farms pumping water to make up for drought

by Dan Bobkoff Jul 16, 2014
Farmers face stark cutbacks in irrigation water but are pumping their own

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Drought puts California rice in a sticky situation

by Amy Quinton Apr 30, 2014
California grows almost all medium grain rice in the U.S. And prices are up.

Beer: Saving a town from drought

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 15, 2014
A brewery steps in when a town's given a grave diagnosis.

Drought or not, how should we value water?

by Adriene Hill Feb 17, 2014
The deep California drought is a reminder that water isn’t an infinite resource.