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Paper Water (Part 3 of 4) Monterey Amendments

Created on 14 October 2011
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Monterey Plus Amendments In 1994 the state contractors that deliver water to cities and agriculture met secretly in Monterey to re-write the rules of water delivery. They wanted to change the rules that protected urban areas in times of drought. This is a very difficult subject to understand but the bottom line is that the original 1960 rules were thrown out so that big agriculture and big real estate developers could have their way with a public trust resource, water. And here again, the name of Paramount Farms and Stewart Resnick comes into the story.

More info: http://salmonwaternow.org/
Produced by: Salmon Water Now
Language: English
Year: 2011



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