The World Wide Web is a great big place with all manner of sites to see and often regret seeing. But here are a few sites we think you’ll find informative and worthwhile. If you know of other sites worthy of attention please let us know and perhaps they can be included.
Chris Austin, better known as Maven and rumored to need no more than three hours sleep per night, provides up to the minute water news from around California.
Advocating for California’s farmers CFWC provides a clipping service of ag water stories from around the state as well as response to the often outrageous and inaccurate portrayals of agricultural in the news.
As at least one local elected official has learned the hard way if you live in the most productive agricultural area on earth your job is dependent on the economic output of ag. Find out why by visiting their website.
With veteran award-winning journalist Patrick Cavanaugh at the helm, their news team works to sample and share every point of view in the evolving discussion of what agriculture means to California.
The Water Management network is a virtual community where experts, professionals, organizations, and all stakeholders working in this sector can connect, collaborate, innovate and access trusted information and knowledge.
The American Groundwater Trust brings stakeholders together to encourage open discussion about practical ways to develop, manage and protect groundwater resources so that sustainable economic and environmental benefits can be optimized.
This “opt-in” e-mail news release distribution service, started in 1995 with distribution to just 37 members of the media when they were just going online, now reaches more than 1,200 editors, broadcasters & web-writers.