California’s Driest Region Finds Short-Term Drought Aid

California’s Driest Region Finds Short-Term Drought Aid

By Kirk Siegler

Progress is being made toward bringing water to thousands of Central Valley residents in underserved communities where wells have run dry. The question is how long this solution will last.

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