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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...

Panel report confirms Project’s Court-Approved Management Plan Promises Robust Protection of Mojave Desert Resources March 13, 2019 - (Los Angeles, CA) - Today, Cadiz Inc. announced the availability of a new technical report released by Southern California public water agencies Three Valleys Municipal Water District and...