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Editorial: The dirty little deals that would foul the environment

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Here’s a warning to the Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, and other environmentally inclined Senate Democrats, like Sheldon Whitehouse and Ed Markey: A legislative minefield lies dead ahead, pocked with destructive amendments of Republican origin hostile to clean air, clean water, endangered species and fragile landscapes.

Source: California Water News feed

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What a dry 2018 will mean to Stanislaus County farmers and homeowners

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Irrigation season was delayed in 2017 as storm after storm kept farm and garden soil moist. Fast-forward to 2018, which has started out very dry and brought calls to fill the canals early. So are we back to serious drought in the Northern San Joaquin Valley, which endured one from 2012 to 2016?

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From Kennedy to Obama, presidential visits to Lake Tahoe

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Monday, Feb. 19, is Presidents Day — a holiday that, when first celebrated, was held in recognition of George Washington’s birthday, but now honors all presidents of the United States. In commemoration of the event, we’ve taken a look at the known trips commander-in-chiefs have made to Lake Tahoe before, during and after they held office.

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Endangered species find safe harbor at Nevada’s Springs Preserve

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It’s not quite Noah’s Ark, but Springs Preserve is gradually becoming an urban lifeboat for some of the Mojave Desert’s most threatened species. Before the end of the year, the Las Vegas Valley Water District-owned attraction near U.S. Highway 95 and Valley View Boulevard will be home to three types of protected animals and a plant considered critically endangered in Nevada.

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NSF International Launches DNA Authenticated™ Mark for Dietary Supplement Ingredients

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ANN ARBOR, Mich.– For the first time, dietary supplement ingredient suppliers can use an on-label, NSF DNA Authenticated™ mark to verify the identity and purity of raw ingredients. NSF International recently launched its new, independent testing protocol and verification program for raw botanical ingredients used in the dietary supplement industry…. Read More
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