Letters: California should study how Israel uses water
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It’s time for California to get real with this drought and global warming. Some things need to go, like rice paddies, cotton, alfalfa, and corn production, green lawns and swimming pools in the desert.
People come first. Take a cue from the Israelis on how to survive in the desert and grow things. Water needs more market-oriented pricing. Subsidizing water production and consumption will only lead to more waste. Waste water needs to be recycled and reused. A good application would be golf courses, parks, sanitation or industrial uses.
Thomas Cechner, Lockport
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