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Episode #30 — 29 June 2021 Does California Deserve All the Drought Shaming?

with Reese Tisdale

It has only been a couple of years since California emerged from the last drought (2011-2019). Now it, alongside neighboring states, has been thrust into a seemingly worse situation than before. The alarm bells are ringing loud and clear, but what does it really mean? Host Reese Tisdale shares a couple of facts and thoughts on the drought and what this might mean for California, the region, and stakeholders.

  • It’s not just California. The entire West is smoking red hot, but there are some things the rest of the country could learn from California.
  • What came out of the state’s previous drought which lasted roughly seven long years, from December 2011 to March 2019?
  • Technology and solutions exist.



Reese Tisdale
Bluefield Research

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