Letters to the Editor

February 10, 2014

Pro & Con: Dry farming, reclamation are critical

It is unnecessary to provide data to support the assertion that we are experiencing the worst drought in state’s 163-year history. When declaring drought emergency, Gov. Jerry Brown labeled it an “unprecedented situation.” Unfortunately, it is hardly unprecedented. For California, droughts are not a temporary phenomenon. This is a perpetual problem requiring a permanent solution.

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