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Help Us Solve California’s Nitrate Problem

Agriculture was a $54 billion industry in California in 2014, and the numbers have continued to grow each year despite the drought. But that profit comes at a cost and one of those costs is water quality in our farming communities.

Plants need nitrogen to grow, and the advent of chemical fertilizer


It's Not Just Flint

In the wake of the Flint water crisis, a lot of media attention has focused on the country’s aging water infrastructure, nationally. Here in California, many people do not have access to clean drinking water.