San Diego County farmers warn water reduction rules ‘devastating’

LA Times: A water district serving farmers in northern San Diego County has asked state water officials who are devising cutback regulations for the same exemption given to farmers in the Central Valley. "Not All California Agriculture Is Found Between Bakersfield and Redding," Gary Arant, general manager of the Valley Center Municipal Water District, wrote to the chairwoman of the State Water Resources Control Board, using capital letters and bold print for emphasis. Arant was protesting the proposed......

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