Science and conservation went hand in hand to help track levels of one of California's most important water sources.
Landsat satellites and airborne observatories monitored the state’s driest period in recorded history.
An experimental farming project at the Los Angeles Arboretum demonstrates that fruits and vegetables can still be grown in rain-deprived areas without weekly watering.
In the midst of California's serious drought, one Bay Area-based spirits company sought a more sustainable solution to creating vodka.
Everything is connected.
My carrots and potatoes taste better than ever because growing grains revitalizes the soil. Also, I just made another cash crop for myself—just like that.
California is four years into a massive drought and their Almond Board wants almond shaming to stop.
The Los Angeles area municipality was just named by California officials as being one of only four cities in the state not adequately ensuring that its residents conserve water during the ongoing statewide drought.
The US Forest Service is being sued for allowing Nestlé to siphon water from San Bernardino National Forest by way of an expired permit from 1988.
California’s governor signed three new bills into law on Friday that attempt to regulate an industry that has been blamed for worsening the state’s drought and causing environmental damage.