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22 Mar 19
This Day in Water History

March 22, 1905:  Mulholland Recommends the Owens Valley as Only Viable Source.“In March 1905, Fred Eaton went to the Owens Valley to buy land options and water rights.   The major acquisition of this trip was the Long Valley Reservoir site.  Eaton paid $450,000 for a two month option on ranch lands and 4,000 head of […]

22 Mar 19
market research reports

Global Food Dehydrators Market 2019 Industry Research Report provides important statistics, analytical and comparative data to give a complete understanding of the market Size, Share, Growth, Rising Trends, Sales Revenue, Sales Volume, Price, Cost Structure and Cost Market Food Dehydrators analysis.

22 Mar 19
ST. JUDE'S TAVERN

Chapter 29 Chaparral, California             New blooms broke from the rocky soil, long barren, finding life where barrenness once lingered. Others returned on the chaparral upon the hills that gave shape to the valley, chastised by long drought, blossoms gained purchase on branches once brittle and breaking. Love lost, love never found grew in the […]

22 Mar 19
ST. JUDE'S TAVERN

Chapter 26 Chaparral, California   Jacob entered the private room above St. Jude’s to see Daniel, Malachi, Zeph Hartmann, Hank Lewis, and Alderman Campbell conversing quietly. Before greeting any of the men, he made his way over to one of the side tables where a pitcher of water and glassware rested and fumbled in his […]

21 Mar 19
Evan Quarnstrom

A massive bloom of flowers in the Californian desert called for a road trip to experience it for myself.

21 Mar 19
Horror Fiction by the Collective

More often than not, ghosts are a reminder that history tends to repeat itself. These beings of ectoplasm serve as not only that, but also a reminder of our short existence on a small piece of land in the vast ocean that is the universe. Though, if we’re being honest, ghosts are often just used […]

21 Mar 19
Coyote Gulch

From KUNC (Luke Runyon): Water leaders from the seven states that make up the Colorado River basin are one step closer to finalizing a drought contingency plan. Representatives from Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, California and Arizona met in Phoenix Tuesday to sign a letter to Congress asking for federal approval of the plan. […]

21 Mar 19
Nachrichten Welt

CA Phoenix AZ Zone-Prognose für Mittwoch, 20. März 2019 _____ 908 FPUS55 KPSR 210830 ZFPPSR Gebietsprognose-Produkt für Südwest-Arizona / Südost-Kalifornien Nationaler Wetterdienst Phoenix AZ 129 AM MST Do 21 Mrz 2019 Dies ist ein automatisch generiertes Produkt, das den Durchschnitt liefert Werte für große geografische Gebiete und sind möglicherweise nicht repräsentativ des genauen Standorts, an […]

21 Mar 19
Professional Industry Market Research

The market research report is a compilation of comprehensive intelligence studies that explore almost every aspect of the global Food Dehydrators market. Market players can use the report to learn about the competitive landscape and the level of competition in the global Food Dehydrators market. The report comes out as a powerful tool that players can use […]

21 Mar 19
Circle of Blue

The Global Rundown The seven Colorado Basin states finalize their drought contingency plan. The death toll in Mozambique tops 200 in the wake of Cyclone Idai. Seventy-four Nebraska cities declare states of emergency as floodwaters engulf the state. Residents of Papua, Indonesia, plan a mass burial following deadly flooding that killed at least 100. Andrew […]

20 Mar 19
The Rōbert [Cholo] Report (pron: Rō'bear Re'por)

Lake Mead, the reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam, is at its lowest levels since the 1960s.CreditCreditJohn Locher/Associated Press By John Schwartz The water is saved, for now.   Seven Western states have agreed on a plan to manage the Colorado River amid a 19-year drought, voluntarily cutting their water use to prevent the federal […]

20 Mar 19
Coyote Gulch

From the Associated Press (Felicia Fonseca): U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman commended Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming for reaching a consensus on the Colorado River drought contingency plan. Now the states are seeking approval from Congress to implement it. “It is time for us to work with our congressional delegations […]