Guest Column | February 14, 2023

When It Comes To Water, California Is The Canary In The Gold Mine

Jim Lauria

By Jim Lauria


Talking to a friend a couple of weeks ago, the malaprop "canary in the gold mine" popped into the conversation. That was worth a chuckle, but then a moment of reflection. What a perfect way to describe California, nicknamed The Golden State by eager miners during the Gold Rush of the 1840s and '50s, that has been yielding a steady stream of riches from its farms, forests, mines, and minds ever since.

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