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Tom’s comparison of California and Florida is interesting in that California seems to be ahead of the nation not just in cultural extremes and eccentricities, but in water shortages also.  Florida might take a lesson here, because at the rate our managers are exploiting our water, we will soon be in second place.   With Tallahassee in denial with regard to climate change, we will certainly score points there as well.

On a happier note, don’t forget that Tom will address us in person on April 27 at the High Springs Woman’s Club.


On April 15, 2015 at 05:12PM, Tom at Watery Foundation published the following article:

California’s water management system is far from perfect but it has some advantages over Florida for drought management. For example:

Californians can muck things up very well through bad choices and neglect but at least there seem to be some better water management structures.

Read this article from Watery Foundation at
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