By: Jean Hays
Do you give a dam (or a levee) about the fact that you, as a taxpayer, might be paying for more than $11 billion worth of water-related expenses that may or may not be needed in [...] Continue Reading
Why spend the time to make sense of our water crisis? Because our lives depend on it!
On Saturday, March 13, set aside some time to attend the Central Valley Water Forum: Facts vs. Fictions, which is [...] Continue Reading
By: Lloyd Carter
Subsidized Industrial Farming and Its Link to Perpetual Poverty
This two-part series shows how a long American tradition of helping small farmers has, in the past few decades in the [...] Continue Reading