Thursday , May 23 2024

Central Valley farmers go to Sacramento to discuss water

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Four busloads of Central Valley farmers are up in Sacramento to fight for water. <br /><br />The group of folks from counties across the area will be speaking to the state water resources control board. They say the board made a decision to restrict water from flowing through delta pumps to the Central Valley for the next few months, limiting an already dire situation. <br /><br />One farmer says they want to have the decision reversed. <br /><br />&quot;Any water that could be moved this way is going to help alleviate the pain, but if the state resources control board decision holds, there will be no relief,&quot; M<span style="font-size: 13.3333330154419px;">ario Santoyo, Exec. Director of the California Latino Water Coalition said.<br /><br /><br /></span>Several workers got the day off from the farm to voice their concerns.&nbsp;<br /></div>

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