Although the U.S. federal government has monitored the country’s groundwater for the last 30 years, scientists say that only now can they begin to understand long-term pollution in the largest aquifers. The U.S. Geological Survey’s National Water Quality Assessment says concentrations of chloride and sodium are on the increase, and in California, nitrate levels are climbing, according to Circle of Blue.
Although most renters in California can’t afford to be homeowners, recent research illustrates that these renters could, in fact, buy a home if they had better financial knowledge. According to a study by the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.), “A lack of financial literacy is one of the biggest barriers preventing renters from becoming homeowners.”
Battle Mountain, Nev. – Aside from the retro façade, with slanted posts that buttress the roof overhang at 870 Broad Street, the storefront is mostly unnoticeable. Nearby are gas stations, a bank, a liquor store and coffee shop. Like much else in this high desert plain, it would be easy to drive right by to your next appointment …
"As housing grows to be ever more urgent an issue—and we grow ever more politically ready to take it on—California’s unique model for running a statewide campaign that relied on regional coordination and the voices of the people most impacted..." https://t.co/28Vazngejq
The TestIT app update is now available. With this update, locations where tests are run can now be documented as having no service. This gives even more data to ensure adequate funding for broadband infrastructure is provided across the country. https://t.co/AdcihrAqud
Don't forget about our workshop Friday to help folks experiencing homelessness gain access to clean water for consumption and sanitation. We want to help. The session goes from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the CalEPA Building (1001 I Street). For more details: https://t.co/rVWCJX4cD1