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August 28, 2014

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So, here's a question: If they raise the height of the Oroville dam, will there be more future water in this picture as a result of the project?

Obvious answer? Yet, raising the height of Shasta Dam to impound more water in the similarly dry Shasta Lake is being proposed as part of the "answer" to the Central Valley's water shortage (actually a people "longage").

Time to stop farming water-intensive crops in a desert.

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