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Biotech Healing in San Joaquin Valley

Much has been made of the San Joaquin Valley's water problems.  Too many farms did not get the water they needed, which destroyed their owners' and workers' livelihoods.  Of course, there is plenty of water underground; the problem is that ...

The Blossom Trail

This is a great time to visit the San Joaquin Valley:  the weather is still a little cool, the strawberries are starting its season, the Sierra Nevadas are still draped in snow, and it's time to drive around the Blossom Trail.   The ...

Grandma’s House

Years ago my brother wrote this poem for my father.  Our grandmother passed away in 1990, but her hearty and giving spirit still stays with us.  Her little house in Fresno has not really changed much since she moved out ...

Water Wars: The Floodgates Have Opened!

Wow.  Two weeks ago I posted a short film I did with Patrick Benson on LA's tenuous relationship with water.  And as I often do weekly, I posted the link to most of the LinkedIn groups to which I belong.  ...

Grand Central

Los Angeles is often the straw man when you read about California’s environmental problems.  The left screams bloody murder at the thought of offshore drilling.  Conservative farmers ask why “their” water is going to swimming pools in Southern California.  LA ...
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