Kern County agricultural water districts are giving major side-eye to one of their own over what’s known as “minimum threshold” groundwater levels
The grumbling is aimed at the sprawling Semitropic Water Storage District in northwest Kern, where minimum thresholds are set, in some cases, at levels that would allow farmers to pump down the water table by more than 350 feet from where it is today. Its water levels are also often far below those…
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