Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Drought becoming so bad in California residents are having to rely upon water charity

For those that remember the 1930′s, the growth of California’s population in the 20th century had a large part to do with the migration of Mid-West residents travelling to the Golden State in the midst of a drought that would become known as the Dust Bowl.  And 80 years later, the pendulum appears to be shifting back as it is no longer the Mid-West that is crying out for fresh water, but instead it is California who is going through a drought not seen in the state for hundreds of years.


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