Picture our sunrise
drifting up from the Central Valley as it could conceivably appear in
the valley of 2040...imagine the capitol city skyline that has all but
disappeared from view in the valley of our future...and envision a drought
of power that on a regular basis brings our lives to a standstill for
hours at a time.
When we look at
the effect our escalating growth is having on finite resources the Central
Valley's future doesn't look so rosy.
At what point do
we start making changes to the way we are growing in the Central Valley?
When is the best time to reconsider what we're doing to the valuable
resources the valley provides?
There's no time
like the present to begin thinking about what we want our New Valley
to be: refuge, or ruin...