Lack of water will affect crops, workers and consumers
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
In what would be a first-ever, last-resort option due to a third straight year of drought, federal water officials may be forced to divert water historically used for east Valley agriculture including Madera
It’s taken eight years of planning, contains roughly 34,000 pages, and as designed holds a price tag of $25 billion, but officials say the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) is a comprehensive overhaul of a
Much of Central Valley qualifies under extreme label
Patrol, citation efforts could be increased
In his 32 years of working at Madera County’s Eastman Lake, Jerry Magnuson has seen plenty of what Mother Nature has to offer.
When it comes to discussing the status of water in the Central Valley, longtime Madera farmer Denis Prosperi is passionate about the subject.