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APPLE Center breaks down Calif. water crisis at panel tonight

California’s water crisis is complex, and the APPLE Center for Sustainable Living is hoping to demystify it at a panel tonight.

Five local and regional water experts will present the problem and offer solutions at the two-hour event tonight, Feb. 9, at Nevada City Hall, 317 Broad Street.

“There aren’t too many issues more complex and contentious than California’s water policy and management,” said Jason Rainey, executive director of the South Yuba River Citizens League. “Solutions won’t come easily, but they do require making hard choices that break away from the failure of the status quo.”



Suggested donation for the event is $5. For more information, contact the APPLE Center at (530) 913-7820.


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