Robert Phillips mows dead weeds at his home in Paso Robles’ Jardine Road area — a stark, dry scene that stands in contrast to the irrigated golf course and vineyard that can be seen from his front yard. Several residents in the area have had to drill deeper wells as the groundwater level has fallen.
Robert Phillips mows dead weeds at his home in Paso Robles’ Jardine Road area — a stark, dry scene that stands in contrast to the irrigated golf course and vineyard that can be seen from his front yard. Several residents in the area have had to drill deeper wells as the groundwater level has fallen. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Robert Phillips mows dead weeds at his home in Paso Robles’ Jardine Road area — a stark, dry scene that stands in contrast to the irrigated golf course and vineyard that can be seen from his front yard. Several residents in the area have had to drill deeper wells as the groundwater level has fallen. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Supervisors turn focus to Paso Robles groundwater basin

July 09, 2013 5:17 PM