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Lynda expanded into jewelry, dolls, and precision model cars. The Resnicks expanded into agriculture in , mostly as a hedge against inflation. Along the way, Paramount acquired acres of pomegranate orchards.
With all this newfound wealth, the Resnicks have ratcheted up their philanthropic profile. But in the Resnicks had an encounter at a dinner party that Lynda says fundamentally changed her approach to philanthropy. What are you doing about it?
When she retold the story onstage at the Aspen Ideas Festival , Resnick stopped short of spelling out exactly what she thought her husband was alluding to. Nor would she elaborate when I asked her about it. That would be the most meaningful. The YouTube clip shows her being taunted repeatedly before turning to douse the camera-wielding scold with her hose.
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And now that people have to cut back on their water, all of a sudden it has become important. Assumed or forgotten is that some 8. Something would have to change, and fast. The Central Valley is in some respects the ideal place to grow fruit and nut trees, with its Mediterranean combination of cool winters and hot summers perfectly promoting flowering, fruit setting, and ripening. One season without water piped in from the Delta can kill an orchard that took five years to mature. Few farmers are more at risk from the cutbacks than the Resnicks, whose square miles of orchards use about billion gallons of water a year, despite employing cutting-edge conservation technologies.
Sucking water from deep underground has caused the surrounding land to settle as the pockets of air between layers of soil collapse , wreaking havoc with bridges and even gravity-fed canals. To meet robust demand from Europe and Asia, Stewart Resnick last year announced that he wanted to expand nut acreage another 40 percent by This means some farmers are still able to flood their fields to grow cattle feed, even as residents of towns such as Okieville and East Porterville have to truck in water and shower using buckets.
To expand their agricultural empire, they had to find another way to tap into the flow from north to south. And to understand how they were able to do that, you have to start with a two-inch-long minnow that smells like cucumbers. Worried about getting short shrift on water deliveries, the Resnicks and other farmers in five local water districts threatened legal action. So in , state officials agreed to a deal or, as it has been suggested, a staggering giveaway.
In exchange, they got ownership of the Kern Water Bank, a naturally occurring underground reservoir that lies beneath 32 square miles of Kern County, which sits toward the southern end of the Central Valley.
The bank held up to billion gallons of water, and because it sat beneath a floodplain it could be easily recharged in wet years with rainfall and surplus water piped in from the Delta. The Resnicks invested in their asset, building canals to connect the bank to the state and federal water systems, thousands of acres of recharge ponds capable of sucking imported water underground, and scores of wells.
In , a judge ruled that the Department of Water Resources had turned the water bank over to the farmers without properly analyzing environmental impacts. A new environmental review is due next month, and a coalition of environmental groups and water agencies is suing to return the water bank to public ownership. Their land came with decades-old contracts with the state and federal government that allow them to purchase water piped south by state canals.
The Kern Water Bank gave them the ability to store this water and sell it back to the state at a premium in times of drought. Archived from the original on 28 March The Bygone Bureau. Retrieved March 30, Archived from the original on April 10, April 15, Archived from the original on October 12, The Oregonian. Portland, Oregon. LA Weekly. The Houston Chronicle.
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