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Not one drop of water for California fracking!
Dan Bacher
The state has promised 5-1/2 times more water rights than the water that actually exists, according to Carolee Krieger, Executive Director of the California Water Impact Network (C-WIN). We can’t afford shipping more water from the Delta to support an environmentally destructive practice that pollutes groundwater supplies in Kern County and the San Joaquin Valley, a region already overwhelmed with pollution by selenium and other toxins caused by the irrigation of drainage impaired land on the Valley's west side. Photo of Californians Against Fracking protest at the State Capitol in Sacramento on January 15, 2014 by Dan Bacher.

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