Beach showers shut off as California struggles drought

Reuters: Starting next week, California parks will no longer offer showers for people to wash sand and salt from their bodies at the beach, part of a broader plan to conserve water as the state's years-long drought drags on. The most populous U.S. state is in the fourth year of a catastrophic drought that has cost billions to its agricultural sector and prompted its first-ever mandatory cutbacks in urban water use. "California is facing extremely severe drought conditions," State Parks Director Lisa......

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