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WATER WARS Drinking a glass of water from our faucet is second nature to us It is hard to believe that in view of the fact of the limited water resource we have we may not be able to enjoy the vast amount of water we selfishly consume It is a true embarrassment how San Diego and other big counties such as Los Angeles are erroneously accusing the Imperial Valley of having too much water for our own good What these full-size cities do not recognize is that if it was not for our farming and field workers they would not have there food on the table It seems a little exaggerated but just the way the economic cycle flows the Imperial Valley receiving this amount of water is for a good and instrumental motivation We require that water not to quench the thirst of our peoples craving but only to feed the soil and allow our agricultural process to continue producing lots of our fruits and vegetables that we lay on our table to feed our offspring and loved ones One good way to break this common knowledge to the capital desiring community that wants our rightfully given water is to tell them in laymens terms what in reality is going on It in fact is not too hard to comprehend that the longer a shower you take The more water you are going to waist If we set a timer in our showers for five minutes and try to beat the record of showering under those five minuets we can accumulate a whole lot of water just by making water conservation a diversion or a competition where the grand prize is cash I think they should make water conservation like daylight savings An additional way of helping our communities understand the true significance of water is to educate them Tell them the actuality of how wasting water or snatching
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