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On June 19, the Board of Directors of the Three Valleys Municipal Water District, which is considering participating in the Cadiz Water Project, acted to bring a definitive, science-based answer to questions about possible impacts of the Project on the Mojave Desert’s natural mountain springs. The...

https://www.wsj.com/articles/our-mojave-water-project-makes-good-sense-11561398921 Dear Editor: Cadiz will sustainably provide new water to 400,000 Californians. We’ve been approved under stringent environmental laws, upheld by the courts and validated through continued scientific analysis. Cadiz operates a large agricultural property in California’s Mojave Desert at the base of a 1,300 square mile watershed...

Yesterday, April 9, 2019, the California State Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee held a policy hearing for Senate Bill 307. The hearing was productive and aired concerns about the undefined and unprecedented review the bill  would create for the Cadiz Water Project and other...