The farmers in the San Joaquin Valley that are agitating to overide the endangered species act to get more water are JUNIOR water rights holders with access only during extraordinary wet periods. Their push to ramp up water transfer sales threatens the economy and the aquifer systems of the northern central valley.<quoted text>
Actually the water does belong to the farmers. That is what senior water rights are all about.
PS. I am not saying that I agree with it so don't flame me. But they do own the water.
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I rest my case!
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