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RESOURCES

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Sources to recent articles, research, videos, movies, podcasts, and books about agriculture in the Central Valley.

CaliWaterAg

CaliWaterAg is a channel that was developed for San Joaquin Valley growers and community members. This video series is called “San Joaquin Valley Water and Land Use Series” that includes three 10-minute videos explaining SIGMA, a developing policy to stop overuse of groundwater and address groundwater recharge that you can impact, and that WILL impact ALL those who live in the SJV

San Joaquin Valley Water and Land Use Series (English)

San Joaquin Valley Water and Land Use Series (English)

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Serie de uso del agua y la tierra del Valle de San Joaquín

Serie de uso del agua y la tierra del Valle de San Joaquín

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Maven's Notebook

Covers statewide water issues, such as the Delta, groundwater, the drought, the water bond and other water-related legislation.

American Farmland Trust (AFT)

AFT has a direct response and action plan to stem loss of the most productive, versatile, and resilient agricultural land in the Valley.

San Joaquin Valley Water

Covers statewide water issues, such as the Delta, groundwater, the drought, the water bond and other water-related legislation.

California Farmland Trust

Information for farmers interested in conserving their properties.

Water Wrights

We intend this site to be a portal into what is perhaps the last functional form of government, the special district, in a Byzantine regulatory climate that pursues with faith the doctrine that government is the solution even when there is no problem.

Public Policy Institute of California

Informing and improving public policy through independent, objective, nonpartisan research

The Valley Citizen

A local focus and ongoing attempts to be as informed and factual as possible.

LAFCo of Merced Co

The Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) is an independent commission to promote the wise use of land resources. Commissioners make decisions concerning appropriate local governmental boundaries and service providers