Tim Galarneau 
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Re: “Turning Water into Wine

Great article Will! As the land use and planning battles continue to ensue within CA counties it is critical that you raise attention to the problem of industry scale and density of vineyards across sensitive habitat. With population projections looking to see built development scale out across the Central Valley and Coasts it will be another factor for residents to consider: densifying or sprawling built community environments or maintaining vineyards, farmscapes, and cattle ranching lands. The problems are complex when you look at costs of living and wages/income disparity with a deeper green understanding of our environment's carrying capacity. We are moving forward where resource grabs (i.e. land, water, etc...) are building exclusive zipcodes and fostering greater inequalities all within how we operate in society. Further, our state has a range of regulatory frameworks with some contradicting the other...it will be interesting to see how water policy advances and enforcement ensues to preserve the "environment" all the while maintaining business growth. Keep up the good investigative writing!

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Posted by Tim Galarneau on 06/29/2015 at 10:08 AM

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