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Valuing Every Drop in California

Amid a devastating drought and ongoing pressures on the state's dwindling groundwater supplies, Californian companies are pursuing their own innovations to reduce water use and protect depleted groundwater supplies. Read their stories below.

Amid a devastating drought and ongoing pressures on the state's dwindling groundwater supplies, Californian companies are pursuing their own innovations to reduce water use and protect depleted groundwater supplies. Read their stories below.

CA Farmers Find Unlikely Ally In Weathering Drought: A Major Utility Company

Posted on Aug 12, 2014

PG&E sees a big opportunity to help farmers reduce their water use – and electricity use – at the same time. By doing so, it can save precious water, help farmers save money and help the power company itself reduce overall electricity demand.

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Growing A Solution To California’s Groundwater Crisis

Posted on Aug 06, 2014

Three years before the California drought became a national crisis, national berry giant Driscoll's, on the state’s Central Coast, knew it had a major problem with water.

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Tamping Down On Water Use In Drought Stricken California

Posted on Apr 24, 2014

The Dawn Creek subdivision in Lancaster, 60 miles north of Los Angeles, looks like any other neighborhood scattered across California’s Antelope Valley. But Dawn Creek contains a home like no other in the country—a so-called Double ZeroHouse that is so highly energy and water efficient that it uses zero electricity from the grid and less than half the water of an average home.

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California’s Drought: Cheap Water, But No Free Lunch

Posted on Feb 14, 2014

Today, President Obama visited California’s Central Valley, which may be in the midst of the driest winter in centuries.

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Campbell’s Challenge: Growing Lots of Tomatoes in Water-Scarce California

Posted on Oct 24, 2013

Last month, Ceres’ water team got some insights into how Campbell Soup is preparing for a likely drier future during a half-day visit to the 38-year-old processing plant and two nearby farms.

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