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Water and the Future of the San Joaquin Valley, Sacramento

The San Joaquin Valley is in a time of great change and growing water stress. New cooperative approaches are needed to bring groundwater basins into balance, provide safe drinking water, and manage water and land to benefit people and nature. State and federal officials and PPIC experts will discuss key issues and solutions to some of the valley’s looming challenges.

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Water and the Future of the San Joaquin Valley, Fresno

The San Joaquin Valley—California’s largest agricultural region and an important contributor to the nation’s food supply—is in a time of great change and growing water stress. New cooperative approaches are needed to bring groundwater basins into balance, provide safe drinking water, and manage water and land to benefit people and nature. Authors of a new PPIC study and a diverse group of experts will discuss key issues and solutions to some of the valley’s looming challenges.

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Water and the Future of the San Joaquin Valley

By Ellen Hanak, Alvar Escriva-Bou, Brian Gray, Sarge Green ...

California’s largest agricultural region is in a time of great change and growing water stress. New cooperative approaches are needed to bring groundwater basins into balance, provide safe drinking water, and manage water and land to benefit people and nature.

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Immigrants in California

California is home to nearly 10 million immigrants, accounting for almost a quarter of the foreign-born population in the US. PPIC’s research builds understanding of important immigration trends in California and key issues in immigration policy at the state and federal levels.

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A Balancing Act for the Colorado River

By Lori Pottinger

The Colorado basin has been in drought for nearly two decades. We talked with Bonnie Colby on how to improve shared management of the river.

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New Water Rules for Marijuana Growers

By Henry McCann

Cannabis growers will encounter new state requirements next year to address the crop’s impact on California’s creeks and streams.

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