Chicken uses approximately two-thirds of the city’s water supply.
The drought is at it again.
The water districts aren’t selling as much water and are now facing revenue gaps.
The short radio bit is styled as a day in the life of a resident of a California city in the year 2040.
The city is using H2O Innovation to design and manufacture a system that will have a capacity of 3 million gallons a day.
P-32’s memory lives on as a proposal to build a landscaped bridge over the freeway.
P-32 was the rogue mountain lion that died crossing Interstate 5 last month.
In the midst of California’s relentless drought, one major California city is quite literally keep its eye on the ball.
A reminder of the scope of the drought as not even America’s 10th largest city is safe.
The City was asked to cut its usage by only 8%.
Instead, they increased by 15% compared to June 2013.
The Quarterly Luncheon is on Friday, July 24 from 12pm to 2pm in Long Beach at The Grand Long Beach Event Center. We have confirmed two special presentations for the event: