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Extreme Drought Turns Water into Millions of Dollars
Nearly 80% of California is now under “extreme” drought conditions and has prompted extreme water-saving measures in many communities statewide.

Lawns are brown, water features have been drained and farm fields are left unplanted. Those without water are being hit hard, but those with are seeing huge profits.

Water districts and landowners with access to large quantities of water are auctioning off their private caches and earning millions of dollars.

Competition for water in California is heightened by the state’s geography: The north has the water resources but the biggest water consumers are to the south, including most of the country’s produce crops.


 
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Northwest Boat Inspectors Get Big Boost from Federal Budget - To prevent invasive aquatic hitchhikers, a bit of legislation hitched a ride of its own in last year’s 2,009-page federal appropriations bill. The Aquatic Plant Control Program received $4 million in the coming fiscal year to boost operation of boat inspection stations in Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon.


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