Gov. Jerry Brown seeks fines of up to $10,000 a day for water wasters – LA Times

Although I applaud the governor for taking these needed steps, but a fundamental change in the way we use the land is what is necessary. agribusiness in the state of California brings in billions and billions of dollars to the state coffers. And therefore they have huge clouds. Converting our crops from those that were annuals such as tomatoes and strawberries and lettuces to those that grow in rose has made a significant impact on our water usage. It takes a gallon of water to grow a single almond. How much water it takes to make a gallon of almond milk. that’s where the conservation needs to start. its going to cost money and this place well but the alternative turns California into a desert.

The changes that you see in these NASA pictures are not only from this incredibly large lot of rain but also for the new crops we are growing

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