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This photo was from several months ago. :-(Source: http://gizmodo.com/how-bad-is-californias-drought-this-bad-1531567081/all

I don’t say this lightly,
but oh fuck

I live in LA so I just thought I’d add a little more information about this for those of you who don’ know a lot about the drought. 
here’s the latest updated map I could find

All of California is now in a moderate drought and above. As of August, over half of California is turning into the dark red zone, which is an exceptional drought, which is, of course, very bad. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that we are fined to up to $500 if we are seen wasting water (sprinklers watering the pavement instead of plants, etc), and some cities are enforcing water rationing laws.
Our agriculture and economy is even being affected. Many farmers are losing their jobs because their plants are dying and not being watered enough. Some farmers are tearing down many of their crops so that the water that would have been used for those can be used for other crops. I should remind you that California provides over half of the country’s food, so this will not only affect the people who live in California, but everyone in the U.S. as well.
There’s also a chance that if the drought continues for the next year, then there’s a chance that we might have to migrate out of California.
So, for those of you living in California, please conserve your water! Every drop counts! Even doing little things like throwing the ice cube you dropped into a plant to water it instead of throwing it into the sink will help! For more ways to save water, check here
sources: x x x x 

Here’s Lake Shastina, where my town Montague gets its water:

That was taken in April. The last delivery from it came this week; now we’re holding our breath to see if an emergency pipeline will be ready to take over in mid-September, or if we’ll be trucking in water from Yreka, the next town over. (Though my partner and I actually live way on the outskirts, with our own well. Lucky fuckin us.)
And here are the deer that spotted me watering a plant from a bucket:


And I know, I know you shouldn’t feed and water the wild things, but even though stags are notoriously shy, they heard and smelled that water and came right into the yard. I didn’t have the heart to drive ‘em off. Lil’ fuzzyhorns.

it’s pretty bad and I’m getting pissed every time I walk and see people running hoses in their yards and the water is running into the gutters because they leave the hose running to long.
A huge majority of Californians are clueless about the drought even those this is probably the worse we’ve had in over 100 YEARS. They asked many people to cut back on water usage, and it actually increased in some places like LA county.
For the love of god, PLEASE, PLEASE, reduce your water usage.

And you can find ways to reuse water, too.
My family has a bucket in our kitchen sink if we’re rinsing off dishes, and we use that water (so long as it doesn’t have too much soap in it) to water our plants. We have a bigger bucket that we place in the shower to catch water whhile we’re waiting for it to warm up. We put that in a big 50 gallon drum and use that water for our tomato plants and apple/pear trees or to water larger sections of the garden. When it’s not horribly hot we use the “if it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown, flush it down” rule so that we’re not flushing the toilets a million times a day and wasting water that way. We’ve let our front lawn die completely, too.



Holy crap! My grandparents weren’t kidding when they said that you can now walk across Folsom lake.
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This photo was from several months ago. :-(Source: http://gizmodo.com/how-bad-is-californias-drought-this-bad-1531567081/all

I don’t say this lightly,
but oh fuck

I live in LA so I just thought I’d add a little more information about this for those of you who don’ know a lot about the drought. 
here’s the latest updated map I could find

All of California is now in a moderate drought and above. As of August, over half of California is turning into the dark red zone, which is an exceptional drought, which is, of course, very bad. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that we are fined to up to $500 if we are seen wasting water (sprinklers watering the pavement instead of plants, etc), and some cities are enforcing water rationing laws.
Our agriculture and economy is even being affected. Many farmers are losing their jobs because their plants are dying and not being watered enough. Some farmers are tearing down many of their crops so that the water that would have been used for those can be used for other crops. I should remind you that California provides over half of the country’s food, so this will not only affect the people who live in California, but everyone in the U.S. as well.
There’s also a chance that if the drought continues for the next year, then there’s a chance that we might have to migrate out of California.
So, for those of you living in California, please conserve your water! Every drop counts! Even doing little things like throwing the ice cube you dropped into a plant to water it instead of throwing it into the sink will help! For more ways to save water, check here
sources: x x x x 

Here’s Lake Shastina, where my town Montague gets its water:

That was taken in April. The last delivery from it came this week; now we’re holding our breath to see if an emergency pipeline will be ready to take over in mid-September, or if we’ll be trucking in water from Yreka, the next town over. (Though my partner and I actually live way on the outskirts, with our own well. Lucky fuckin us.)
And here are the deer that spotted me watering a plant from a bucket:


And I know, I know you shouldn’t feed and water the wild things, but even though stags are notoriously shy, they heard and smelled that water and came right into the yard. I didn’t have the heart to drive ‘em off. Lil’ fuzzyhorns.

it’s pretty bad and I’m getting pissed every time I walk and see people running hoses in their yards and the water is running into the gutters because they leave the hose running to long.
A huge majority of Californians are clueless about the drought even those this is probably the worse we’ve had in over 100 YEARS. They asked many people to cut back on water usage, and it actually increased in some places like LA county.
For the love of god, PLEASE, PLEASE, reduce your water usage.

And you can find ways to reuse water, too.
My family has a bucket in our kitchen sink if we’re rinsing off dishes, and we use that water (so long as it doesn’t have too much soap in it) to water our plants. We have a bigger bucket that we place in the shower to catch water whhile we’re waiting for it to warm up. We put that in a big 50 gallon drum and use that water for our tomato plants and apple/pear trees or to water larger sections of the garden. When it’s not horribly hot we use the “if it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown, flush it down” rule so that we’re not flushing the toilets a million times a day and wasting water that way. We’ve let our front lawn die completely, too.



Holy crap! My grandparents weren’t kidding when they said that you can now walk across Folsom lake.
nothing-rhymes-with-grantaire:

harzilla:

professorfangirl:

inferiormendsisters:

kastiakbc:

leseanthomas:

This photo was from several months ago. :-(Source: http://gizmodo.com/how-bad-is-californias-drought-this-bad-1531567081/all

I don’t say this lightly,
but oh fuck

I live in LA so I just thought I’d add a little more information about this for those of you who don’ know a lot about the drought. 
here’s the latest updated map I could find

All of California is now in a moderate drought and above. As of August, over half of California is turning into the dark red zone, which is an exceptional drought, which is, of course, very bad. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that we are fined to up to $500 if we are seen wasting water (sprinklers watering the pavement instead of plants, etc), and some cities are enforcing water rationing laws.
Our agriculture and economy is even being affected. Many farmers are losing their jobs because their plants are dying and not being watered enough. Some farmers are tearing down many of their crops so that the water that would have been used for those can be used for other crops. I should remind you that California provides over half of the country’s food, so this will not only affect the people who live in California, but everyone in the U.S. as well.
There’s also a chance that if the drought continues for the next year, then there’s a chance that we might have to migrate out of California.
So, for those of you living in California, please conserve your water! Every drop counts! Even doing little things like throwing the ice cube you dropped into a plant to water it instead of throwing it into the sink will help! For more ways to save water, check here
sources: x x x x 

Here’s Lake Shastina, where my town Montague gets its water:

That was taken in April. The last delivery from it came this week; now we’re holding our breath to see if an emergency pipeline will be ready to take over in mid-September, or if we’ll be trucking in water from Yreka, the next town over. (Though my partner and I actually live way on the outskirts, with our own well. Lucky fuckin us.)
And here are the deer that spotted me watering a plant from a bucket:


And I know, I know you shouldn’t feed and water the wild things, but even though stags are notoriously shy, they heard and smelled that water and came right into the yard. I didn’t have the heart to drive ‘em off. Lil’ fuzzyhorns.

it’s pretty bad and I’m getting pissed every time I walk and see people running hoses in their yards and the water is running into the gutters because they leave the hose running to long.
A huge majority of Californians are clueless about the drought even those this is probably the worse we’ve had in over 100 YEARS. They asked many people to cut back on water usage, and it actually increased in some places like LA county.
For the love of god, PLEASE, PLEASE, reduce your water usage.

And you can find ways to reuse water, too.
My family has a bucket in our kitchen sink if we’re rinsing off dishes, and we use that water (so long as it doesn’t have too much soap in it) to water our plants. We have a bigger bucket that we place in the shower to catch water whhile we’re waiting for it to warm up. We put that in a big 50 gallon drum and use that water for our tomato plants and apple/pear trees or to water larger sections of the garden. When it’s not horribly hot we use the “if it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown, flush it down” rule so that we’re not flushing the toilets a million times a day and wasting water that way. We’ve let our front lawn die completely, too.



Holy crap! My grandparents weren’t kidding when they said that you can now walk across Folsom lake.

nothing-rhymes-with-grantaire:

harzilla:

professorfangirl:

inferiormendsisters:

kastiakbc:

leseanthomas:

This photo was from several months ago. :-(

Source: http://gizmodo.com/how-bad-is-californias-drought-this-bad-1531567081/all

I don’t say this lightly,

but oh fuck

I live in LA so I just thought I’d add a little more information about this for those of you who don’ know a lot about the drought. 

here’s the latest updated map I could find

All of California is now in a moderate drought and above. As of August, over half of California is turning into the dark red zone, which is an exceptional drought, which is, of course, very bad. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that we are fined to up to $500 if we are seen wasting water (sprinklers watering the pavement instead of plants, etc), and some cities are enforcing water rationing laws.

Our agriculture and economy is even being affected. Many farmers are losing their jobs because their plants are dying and not being watered enough. Some farmers are tearing down many of their crops so that the water that would have been used for those can be used for other crops. I should remind you that California provides over half of the country’s food, so this will not only affect the people who live in California, but everyone in the U.S. as well.

There’s also a chance that if the drought continues for the next year, then there’s a chance that we might have to migrate out of California.

So, for those of you living in California, please conserve your water! Every drop counts! Even doing little things like throwing the ice cube you dropped into a plant to water it instead of throwing it into the sink will help! For more ways to save water, check here

sources: x x x x 

Here’s Lake Shastina, where my town Montague gets its water:

image

That was taken in April. The last delivery from it came this week; now we’re holding our breath to see if an emergency pipeline will be ready to take over in mid-September, or if we’ll be trucking in water from Yreka, the next town over. (Though my partner and I actually live way on the outskirts, with our own well. Lucky fuckin us.)

And here are the deer that spotted me watering a plant from a bucket:

image

image

And I know, I know you shouldn’t feed and water the wild things, but even though stags are notoriously shy, they heard and smelled that water and came right into the yard. I didn’t have the heart to drive ‘em off. Lil’ fuzzyhorns.

it’s pretty bad and I’m getting pissed every time I walk and see people running hoses in their yards and the water is running into the gutters because they leave the hose running to long.

A huge majority of Californians are clueless about the drought even those this is probably the worse we’ve had in over 100 YEARS. They asked many people to cut back on water usage, and it actually increased in some places like LA county.

For the love of god, PLEASE, PLEASE, reduce your water usage.

And you can find ways to reuse water, too.

My family has a bucket in our kitchen sink if we’re rinsing off dishes, and we use that water (so long as it doesn’t have too much soap in it) to water our plants. We have a bigger bucket that we place in the shower to catch water whhile we’re waiting for it to warm up. We put that in a big 50 gallon drum and use that water for our tomato plants and apple/pear trees or to water larger sections of the garden. When it’s not horribly hot we use the “if it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown, flush it down” rule so that we’re not flushing the toilets a million times a day and wasting water that way. We’ve let our front lawn die completely, too.

Holy crap! My grandparents weren’t kidding when they said that you can now walk across Folsom lake.

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I’m 14 years old trans male I came out to my parents and they kicked me out I’m currently living homeless witch is honestly scaring the crap out of me. My friends have all stopped talking to me since I came out and I need a place to stay for a while I have a couple hundred dollar and I don’t take up much space I need help I’m scared homeless and hungry 

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I do not have a place for you to live and im all the way in riverside BUT go to the authority’s right now. Sue your parents for child neglect, and hate crime. What’s more is that you will also be placed in child protective and will get a new home. There are also phone lines that you can get more information about living for homeless minors (not real name) with 411. And one more thing, no matter what other people say about you jest remember that you are a better man and or woman then they are because you came out and expressed yourself too the world.

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