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  • Fish Taxis and the Drought: Summer 2014

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    The news keeps getting hotter here in Southern California, with temperatures soaring far past normal levels and water supplies dwindling throughout the state. While Pacific-caught salmon are making their appearance in local supermarkets, prices are far higher as a result of decreased catch volumes. As …

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  • The Leading Mobile Auto Detail for Sherman Oaks

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    It’s official. Go Green Auto Spa is the premier auto detailing service for Sherman Oaks and the entire San Fernando Valley! We provide full auto spa services for your vehicle…at your location. Using less than ¼ gallon of water per wash, we’ll complete a full …

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  • Price of Almonds Going Up, Up Up!

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    Are you an almond fan? Get ready for higher prices as a result of the California drought. As the one of the world’s most popular nuts, California farmers took advantage of the demand and planted thousands of almond trees over the past few decades. Indeed, …

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  • Go Green Auto Spa and Valet: The Savvy Answer to Auto Detailing

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    We’re all concerned about the California drought, and yet, our cars are a way of life here in Southern California. The idea of driving a dusty or unclean car for the hours it takes to commute and get around this busy city is just not …

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  • Droughtwatch: In the News

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    Despite the recent storms that have gripped the Southland, California ecologists have warned we’re still facing critical drought conditions throughout the state. In fact, the Department of Water Resources recently announced they have planned to dam off at least three channels from the San Francisco …

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  • Go Green Auto Spa: Leaders in Saving Water

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    We’ve all read the headlines about the terrible drought facing California this year. Its crippling effects are well documented. And yet, what can any of us really do to confront this environmental problem, especially when we live in the big city? After all, we still …

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  • California Legislature to Face Decisions on Water Issues for 2014

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    After a four month recess, California lawmakers will be returning to Sacramento to decide on major water legislature for the coming year. This includes a potential renegotiation of the $11 billion water bond that was slated to appear on the November 2014 ballot. With the …

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  • Another Dry Year: California Water Predictions for 2014

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    With the Sierra snowpack at only 7% of the average April numbers, scientists are telling California citizens to brace for another dry year with further water conservation efforts. As Department of Water Resources director Mark Cowin explains, “While we hope conditions improve, we are fully …

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  • Easy Water Savings Around the House

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    According to research published by the National Geographic Society, most American households lose, on average, about 10 gallons of water a day from leaks and unnoticed drips. That’s 14% of your indoor use! If you’re not able to invest in water-efficient fixtures and pipes just yet, at …

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  • Winter Storms Cause Disaster, Deluges

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    Winter storms are predicted to whip across most of the country this Thanksgiving week. Some bad weather has hit already, its consequences delaying thousands of airline flights, creating electrical power problems across the state of California and causing several injuries and possible fatalities thus far. …

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