Dry months are leaving anxious planners…

This article by CBS brings to light the serious state of our California snow pack. “Snowmelt provides about a third of the water used in households and on farms across California,” meaning there may be serious decisions that need to be made in the near future regarding fresh water flows and water allocation.

An article by SFGate delves a bit deeper into the drought conditions in California, and sheds a little light at the end of the proverbial tunnel. However, Governor Brown is taking this alarming drought to stress the need to move forward with the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, widely called to task by environmental and agricultural groups in Northern California (LA Times).