Letter from California (Part II)

Doable things to help California in this time of drought. What happens to California, happens to all of us.

The Zero-Waste Chef

Dear Reader,

In my last letter, I wrote about the water conservation measures I have taken at home as the mega-drought here in California rages on with no end in sight. Although I am happy to have incorporated these practices into my daily life—I find them easy enough to do—ordinary citizens like myself do not consume the majority of water in this state. To put some of the numbers below into perspective, the average American family consumes about 110,000 gallons of water per year.

The current state of affairs in California

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2 responses to “Letter from California (Part II)

  1. Chocolate???? Okay. Hard facts. Good to be aware. Chocolate????

  2. Pingback: Mad Max and Mega-Drought | Transition Tales

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