LOIS HENRY: Fallout from water war continues as state mulls plans | Lois Henry


There’s no word, yet, of state intervention in the ongoing water war between two of Kings County’s largest growers — John Vidovich and the J.G. Boswell Co. — but there has been fallout.

Kimberly Brown, a board member of the Southwest Kings Groundwater Sustainability Agency, resigned Aug. 10 in protest of last-minute language added to the region’s groundwater plan.

Lois Henry is the CEO and editor of SJV Water, a nonprofit, independent online news publication dedicated to covering water issues in the San Joaquin Valley. She can be reached at [email protected] The website is sjvwater.org.



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