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A uranium mine that's about to start producing ore on the Grand Canyon plateau could contaminate Havasu Creek, the only water supply for the Havasupai Nation.

A number of influential California farmers this week said Governor Jerry Brown's plan to build two giant water diversion tunnels is probably way too expensive for them.

Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday appointed Grant Davis as the new director of the California Department of Water Resources (DWR). Davis, general manager of Sonoma County Water Agency since 2010, brings an unusual background to the job.

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