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New and seasoned CARITAS allies throughout the United States have worked together to increase the impact of the Catholic Church’s social ministry.
Caritas USA (formerly Catholic Charities USA) is an association of all 75 members of the Catholic Church in the United States of America. As a member of CARITAS International, we engage in ministry through our national affiliate organizations to advance the dignity of the human person, the well-being of persons, and peace within and among nations.
Our affiliates are at the forefront of social services, including:The State Water Resources Control Board has not yet decided to impose groundwater pumping restrictions on farmers in central and northern California as a means of relieving the drought there, but the agency has provided some insight into the way it might work.
Some in the agricultural community are skeptical about the prospects of a moratorium on groundwater pumping in the Golden State, although restrictions could possibly be imposed on specific wells in areas where aquifers are overdrafted.
The mandate to reduce pumping in some areas could come in two forms, said Mark Cowin, a water policy adviser to the board. The first option could be a voluntary moratorium that covers farmers in areas where water is becoming scarce, he said. The second option, if a voluntary moratorium is not achieved, is to impose a mandatory restriction on groundwater pumping in areas with excess aquifers and declining supplies.
“It would be in the area of a voluntary moratorium,” said Cowin, a professor of agricultural and resource economics at University of California, Davis. “I don’t think that’s going to happen because it’s kind of a high-wire act. It’s not clear you can walk a tightrope.”
Cowin said the federal government does not require that water allocation agencies, such as the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation or the California Department of Water Resources, impose limitations on farmers on the supply of groundwater. The federal government, for example, only requires federal reclamation agencies to monitor and regulate water diversions. However, the State Water Resources Control Board does permit groundwater pumping to continue under certain conditions.