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May 2011

Economic Impact Report finds creation of green jobs in High Desert generates more than $878 million in San Bernardino County economic activity

LOS ANGELES, CA (May 24, 2011) – Today Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ: CDZI] (“Cadiz”) announced the release of a report by prominent economist John E. Husing, Ph.D. which found that the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project (“Project”) would create and support over 5,900 jobs, generate more than $878 million in economic activity over its two phases, and infuse tens of millions in tax revenue to local governments. The Project is designed to provide renewable local groundwater to Southern California communities by building a wellfield and pipeline on privately owned land to deliver water to the Colorado River Aqueduct. A second phase of the Project would provide approximately one million acre-feet of underground storage for imported water.

Jurupa Community Services District signs agreements to participate in next phase of the Project

LOS ANGELES, CA (May 6, 2011) – Today Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ: CDZI] (“Cadiz”) announced that it has entered into an Option Agreement with Southern California water provider Jurupa Community Services District (“JCSD”) for conserved water and carry-over storage capacity from its Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project (“the Project”). JCSD, which serves customers in parts of western Riverside County, is the fifth water provider to agree to participate in the Project, joining Santa Margarita Water District, Three Valleys Municipal Water District, Golden State Water Company and Suburban Water Systems. With the addition of JCSD, over 70% of the water to be conserved annually by the Project is now under option.

Nearly 200 attend fundraiser in Cadiz, raising $4,160 for observatory project

By Kelly O'Sullivan,  The Desert Trail Published: Wednesday, May 4, 2011 Cadiz, CA -- Dylan Wood couldn’t wait to see the surface of the sun. The West Hills 4-year-old fidgeted quietly while his brother, Auden, 8, looked through a telescope set up by amateur astronomers Saturday, April 30 at Cadiz Ranch east of Amboy. When the older boy was finished, his eager brother scrambled up a small step ladder and fixed his eye to the lens. “I saw a big red dot,” he exclaimed, smiling from ear to ear, adding proudly, “I’m almost 5.”