BREAKING: California Governor Just Made HUGE Announcement- It’s Actually A GOOD Thing

Brett MacDonald AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS 

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Great News For Californians And For The Nation’s Agriculture Industry

Well, the hard-working (mostly right-wing) farmers of California have plenty of reasons to rejoice following California’s recent announcement: Gov. Jerry Brown formally declared an end to the drought that had  been plaguing the state.

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The historic drought took a serious toll on the nation’s most populous state:

The drought strained native fish that migrate up rivers, killed millions of trees, and forced farmers in the nation’s leading agricultural state to rely heavily on groundwater, with some tearing out orchards. It also dried up wells, forcing hundreds of families in rural areas to drink bottled water and bathe from buckets.

Cities and water districts throughout the state will be required to continue reporting their water use each month, said the governor order, which also bans wasteful practices, such as hosing off sidewalks and running sprinklers when it rains.

New rules are expected to permanently ban wasteful practices, such as hosing off sidewalks and watering landscapes in the days after it rains. Officials say they will work aggressively to stop leaks that waste water.

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Following the governor’s announcement, a new set of restrictions are expected to roll out. Already, a water audit is underway to assess the increase in use of water and a month to month measurement of the sustainability.

Brown said that the “next drought could be around the corner” and that “conservation will become the way of life.” So, while the sprinklers will be turning on for the first time in many communities across California there’s still a lot of work ahead.

Some counties are still suffering from groundwater deficiencies. Over 900 families remain on emergency water plans while they wait for their wells to recover.

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