Manteca / Ripon Bulletin —
Not a drop of new “moon shoot” water storage has been created in California for more than 40 years.
It’s a point that isn’t lost on Congressman Josh Harder.
Nor is the fact water issues facing the heart of the Northern San Joaquin Valley are interconnected with communities often hundreds of miles away from the 10th District that he represents in Congress
It is why the Turlock Democrat has pursued do-able water projects — including those outside of his district that would reduce efforts to try and commandeer water from the Stanislaus and Tuolumne watersheds to address fish flow, urban, and irrigation needs elsewhere — since taking office in 2019.