California's Central Valley could be facing a hard, dry spring and summer, thanks to changes to water allocation. Officials have determined that the drought threatening the state requires some serious adjustments to water allocation and contracts, and farmers will be taking the brunt of low or even nonexistant water deliveries, depending on their location.  See full article.

  California's Central Valley could be facing a hard, dry spring and summer, thanks to changes to water allocation. Officials have determined that the drought threatening the state requires some serious adjustments to water allocation and contracts, and farmers will be taking the brunt of low or even nonexistant water deliveries, depending on their location.  See full article.