ABOUT THE FILM

In California, a man-made drought created by misguided environmental policies has turned once productive green fields to parched desert and dust.

No Water. No Farmer. No Food. is a story of the current water war in California where government mismanagement of resources and radical environmental idealism have combined to create one of California’s worst disasters. The film exposes how this government-produced catastrophe has destroyed people’s livelihood and jeopardized America’s food supply.

The Central Valley water crisis is an example of what happens when government fails to adequately address the needs of a growing population and places the interests of fish over those of food producers and urban residents. The consequences are far reaching, affecting not only California residents but also food consumers in all 50 states and around the world.

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