Water's for Fighting 

How California and the feds sold off more water than north state rivers usually hold

When's the last time you visited the Trinity River? Late spring, when the bathtub rings begin to appear on rocks near Kimtu, when crisp, warm air and cold, fast flows combine to beckon swimmers? Late August, when the canyon walls are bleached,…

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