Dry year does not bode well for Californians: CBS News
If you live in Kern County, your water supply is critical to your everyday life. Whether you work at an auto shop, a retail store, a school or a farm, having an adequate water supply is important for your job and your lifestyle. Since Kern County receives just about seven inches of rain a year, it’s important that we maintain our water supply from the northern parts of California, plus conserve what we have here.
Learn more about how you can conserve water and save this precious resource. Remember – Every Drop Counts in Kern!
WATER SAVING TIP: Do you like the water you drink to be cold? Rather than running the kitchen faucet for several minutes to get cold water, keep a pitcher of water in the refrigerator
Thank you to our sponsors for the “Every Drop Counts in Kern” campaign
East Niles Community Services District
ID-4 of the Kern County Water Agency
Oildale Mutual Water Co.
California farmers making most of water – Wall Street Journal
These tomatoes, grown on a drip system, are being harvested this summer south of Bakersfield. The new drip system saves water and energy plus produces bigger yield for Materra Farms.
Semitropic is saving its district farmers money through a solar energy project.