So when several dry years leave the reservoirs parched and the mountains bare, as happened during the just-ended drought, the state has to rely on another reservoir — the one that’s underground.
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Toxic chemicals from illegal marijuana farms hidden deep in California’s forests are showing up in rivers and streams that feed the state’s water supply, prompting fears that humans and animals may be at risk, data reviewed by Reuters show. Read moreRead More »