Local and state water leaders were practically upbeat two years ago at the last in-person Water Summit put on by the Water Association of Kern County. At least as upbeat as California water folks typically get.
They advocated for new ideas, radical partnerships and solutions that could benefit both ag and environmental interests.
That was then.
Facing a third year of punishing drought and the bleak realities of new groundwater restrictions, the vibe at this…
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