California’s water supply is broken. Find out who needs to fix it and what needs to be done to provide water supplies for California’s farms, homes and businesses.
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San Joaquin River restoration projects have been the focus of controversy since the early days of California. This video explores the history of water development in California and how decisions made in the 19th Century and beyond played a role in the water system we have today.
Farmers are growing alfalfa and other crops in the desert. Find out why, and how it puts food on your table.
Modesto Irrigation District is a leader not only as an irrigation water provider, the District also produces inexpensive, clean hydro-electric power.
How does space-age technology improve crop production and water use efficiency? See how farmers in the 21st Century use satellites and computers to grow cotton for your clothes and food for your table.
Westlands Water District is an innovator when it comes to managing water and accounting for every drop that is delivered to its customers. See first hand how an active pump and meter maintenance program helps make the most out of limited water supplies.
Farmers in the Turlock Irrigation District have come a long way since the 1800s when they farmed their land without the benefit of irrigation water. View the changes that the Turlock Irrigation District, the first public irrigation district in California, brought to the farmers.
What do irrigation water, alfalfa and pizza have in common? Check out the connection between farm water and your food.