A new study shows that food shortages among Native American populations are much higher than the national average.
Southern California’s largest drinking water supplier intends to buy four farming islands in the San Joaquin River Delta to lay claim to the area’s water.
For the first time since the Great Recession, housing is on the rise. This summer, sellers cleared an average of $40,658 over their original home-purchase price.
Alaska’s rural schools may soon find it more difficult to get state funding, as lawmakers ponder increasing the number of students per school required to receive financial support.
As El Niño rains are expected in the coming months, the idea of building groundwater banks – as opposed to dams and reservoirs – is gaining traction in California.