In response to California’s lingering drought, which continues to threaten the state’s crucial agricultural economy, state water regulators may force utilities to sell less water and raise customer rates.
In this issue: A Photographic Chronicle of America’s Working Poor—Smithsonian journeyed from Maine to California to update a landmark study of American life – Just north of Sacramento is a tiny settlement that residents call La Tijera, The Scissors, because two roads come together there at a sharp angle.
LAUNCHED TODAY: our new resource with @CandidDotOrg, “Investing In Native Communities.” This new, interactive website features a funding map, Native history timeline + more key resources to encourage greater funding to Native communities! How will you use it?
Congratulations to @SelfHelpEnt for their reecent ribbon cutting at the Stan Keasling Community Center honoring HAC's longtime friend and partner @RCACorg CEO Stan Keasling. A fitting tribute! https://t.co/ssTPOuO0yF