THE CADIZ WATER PROJECT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

An innovative, new sustainable water source for Southern California, the Cadiz Water Project is a public-private partnership between Cadiz Inc. and the Santa Margarita Water District, Orange County’s second-largest water agency. The project will prevent the annual loss of groundwater to evaporation in the eastern Mojave Desert and create a new water supply – enough for 100,000 families a year – and a groundwater bank for Southern California water providers.
 
The Project will be located at the base of a significant desert watershed in Cadiz, approximately 80 miles from Barstow, California. Rain and snow that fall in the watershed’s upper elevations percolate below the ground and filter through cracks in bedrock and porous alluvial to enter a huge underground aquifer, which holds as much water as Lake Mead, America’s largest reservoir. Over time, the groundwater eventually flows to highly saline playas or “dry lakes” at the bottom of the watershed, where it evaporates and is lost.
 
By constructing and operating a wellfield on private property owned by Cadiz, the Cadiz Water Project will recover an annual average of 50,000 acre-feet of groundwater before it evaporates, so that it can be put to beneficial use each year for 50 years. A pipeline will be constructed within an active railroad right-of-way from the Project area to the Colorado River Aqueduct, which will carry it to Southern California water users.
 
The Project will be governed by a comprehensive groundwater management program that will be enforced by the County of San Bernardino. Over the course of the project’s 50-year life, approximately 5 percent of the aquifer’s water will be pumped, and water levels cannot fall more than 80 feet below the water table. The Project’s open, transparent regulatory review resulted in separate and independent approvals under the California Environmental Quality Act and the San Bernardino County Desert Groundwater Ordinance. Both approvals were upheld against six separate legal challenges in Orange County Superior Court in 2014.
 
The Cadiz Water Project is the most shovel-ready, environmentally benign new water project in drought-prone California. Once construction begins, the Water Project will generate nearly a billion dollars of economic stimulus, employ thousands of people and provide more than a billion dollars in water quality and water supply reliability benefits to portions of six Southern California counties, all without public subsidies of any kind.

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Cadiz Inc. Statement on California Assembly Bill (AB) 1000

We are disappointed that the California Legislature’s Senate Committee on Natural Resources voted yesterday on a party line 7-2 vote to pass out of committee Assembly Bill (AB) 1000, a bill just introduced by Assembly member Laura Friedman (D-Glendale) over the Independence Day holiday. Assembly member Friedman utilized the “gut and amend” process to quietly

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Commentary: Cadiz Water Project Will Safeguard Environment, SCVNews.com

Cadiz Water Project Will Safeguard Environment | Commentary by Courtney Degener SCVNEWS.COM  | MONDAY, JUN 19, 2017 Last week, SCV News featured an opinion piece by Linda Castro of Santa Clarita about the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project (“Protect the Groundwater Beneath Our National Treasures,” June 15). I share with Ms. Castro

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Threatened Desert Tortoise receives a helping hand from Cadiz Water Project

http://californiawaternewsdaily.com/conservation/threatened-desert-tortoise-receives-a-helping-hand-from-cadiz-water-project/ By California Water News Daily on June 15, 2017 The once common desert tortoise has had a rough road in the past 20 years and one California desert landowner has – and is – going above and beyond to ensure the well-being and conservation of the iconic desert tortoise. Though the desert tortoise has been around

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Sacramento Bee Op-Ed: Sen. Feinstein should study the facts before rejecting Cadiz’s desert water project

http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/op-ed/soapbox/article154700299.html Sen. Feinstein should study the facts before rejecting Cadiz’s desert water project BY WINSTON H. HICKOX Special to The Bee, Soapbox While I was California Environmental Protection Agency secretary, Sen. Dianne Feinstein and I often worked collaboratively on important statewide water issues. That is why I found her op-ed regarding the Cadiz water project

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Cadiz Announces $255 Million in Construction Financing for Desert Water Project

LA Business Journal, 5-2-17 By Howard Fine With the Trump administration soon likely to approve its long-sought desert water storage and transmission project, Cadiz Inc. announced Tuesday it has arranged up to $255 million in construction financing from giant private equity firm Apollo Global Management. Cadiz signed agreements with several funds managed by Apollo affiliates that

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Cadiz Inc. Announces Strategic Transaction with Apollo to Finance Cadiz Water Project Construction

Funds affiliated with Apollo will provide $60M of capital to repay Cadiz Senior Secured Mortgage Debt of $45M and to provide $15M in construction capital, and will also provide a conditional commitment for up to an additional $240M in construction financing May 2, 2017 (LOS ANGELES, CA) –Today, Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ:CDZI] (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) is

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OP-ED Cadiz plan a vetted project that will bring jobs, water security

By Paul Granillo, Special to The Desert Sun (Op/Ed) April 26, 2017 Earlier this month, the Interior Department reversed course on a controversial policy that blocked the development of much needed infrastructure, water and jobs in Southern California, including the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage Project. The Cadiz Water Project is a public-private

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Cadiz water project counters inaccurate remarks by California Sen. Dianne Feinstein

California Water News Daily 4-8-17 The Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project in the Mojave Desert have received a major boost from the Trump administration this week with the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) removal of two agency instructional memoranda, or IMs, that formed the basis of a 2015 review of the Cadiz project.

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Trump administration revokes Obama-era directive blocking controversial water project

FoxNews.com 4-5-17 The Trump administration issued a memo late last week revoking two federal directives implemented under President Obama that had blocked a controversial water project in California’s Mojave Desert. An acting assistant director at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rescinded two legal guidances that reinforced the agency’s 2015 decision that Cadiz Inc.

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Mojave Desert Water Project Gets Trump Administration Boost

By ROBERT JABLON, Associated Press 4-5-17 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Reversing an Obama-era policy, the Trump administration is clearing a path for a private company to pump water from beneath the Mojave Desert and sell it in Southern California. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management previously ruled that Cadiz Inc. couldn’t use an existing federal

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Cadiz Inc. Issues Statement in Response to Remarks by California Senator Dianne Feinstein on Cadiz Water Project

(LOS ANGELES, CA) –Today, Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ:CDZI] (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) CEO Scott Slater released the following statement in response to a press release from California Senator Dianne Feinstein about the Cadiz Water Project and recent action by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management: “Senator Feinstein regrettably relies on outdated, 17-year old data inconsistent with presently

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US Bureau of Land Management Rescinds Agency Framework for Evaluation of Activities within Railroad Rights-of-Way Granted under the 1875 General Railroad Right-of-Way Act.

On March 29, 2017, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior, issued an Instruction Memorandum (IM) No. 2017-060 (https://www.blm.gov/policy/im-2017-060) to all field offices regarding the evaluation of existing and proposed activities within railroad rights-of-way (ROW) granted under the General Railroad Right-of-Way Act of 1875 (1875 Act).  IM

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Sacramento Bee: Trump requests – and receives – this infrastructure list from builders union

http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/article141076033.html

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Thoroughly reviewed Cadiz project to provide water, jobs: Guest commentary

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin – 3.20.17  | By Winston Hickox U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein recently authored a column decrying the Cadiz Water Project as bad for the environment, in violation of federal regulations and a threat to a national monument. That’s not the Cadiz Water Project I know, nor the project that’s been publicly reviewed, approved and upheld

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GREENWIRE: On secretary’s first day, Chaffetz demands documents

E&E News Greenwire Published: March 2, 2017 New Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke got a housewarming gift from Congress on his first day on the job yesterday: a request for official documents related to issues ranging from the designation of national monuments to complaints against Bureau of Land Management law enforcement agents for alleged bullying. The

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Company posts comprehensive rebuttal to Senator Feinstein Commentary

The Cadiz Water Project: Water, Jobs & Safe Use of an Existing Corridor The Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project is a public-private groundwater project sponsored by Cadiz Inc. and the Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD) that will conserve and deliver a reliable water supply to 400,000 people in Southern California.  The Project

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Company Update: Bipartisan Letter to New Interior Secretary Seeks Agency Withdrawal of Cadiz Water Project Right-of-Way Evaluation

Today, the Company reported that a bipartisan group of Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have sent a letter to the newly confirmed Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, to request that the agency rescind an existing evaluation and instruction memorandum regarding the Cadiz Water Project’s proposed use of a portion of an

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Conservation and Sustainable Management of Groundwater in Desert is Worthy of Support

https://www.kcet.org/redefine/conservation-and-sustainable-management-of-groundwater-in-desert-is-worthy-of-support Courtney Degener, Cadiz, Inc. February 14, 2017 [Over the past few years KCET has run several stories critical of the proposed Cadiz water project. We thought it only fair to offer a representative from Cadiz an opportunity to share that company’s viewpoint. — eds.] Commentary: Over the last two decades, California has grappled with

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Trump transition’s infrastructure priority list includes So. Cal’s Cadiz Water Conveyance Project

By California Water News Daily on January 28, 2017 http://www.californiawaternewsdaily.com/infrastructure/trump-transitions-infrastructure-priority-list-includes-so-cals-cadiz-water-conveyance-project/ According to documents obtained by McClatchy’s Kansas City Star and The News Tribune (Tacoma, WA) President Trump’s transition team reportedly compiled a list of 50 potential infrastructure projects across the country that could be targeted in his campaign-promised proposal to update the country’s aging infrastructure. Included in the list is Southern

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OPINION: New administration should end BLM’s stalling of Cadiz water project San Bernardino Sun

Jan. 7, 2017 http://www.ocregister.com/articles/assertions-740465-taking-free.html By ROCCO DAVIS / Contributing writer There’s a new threat to California’s water supply and it’s not drought — it’s the phenomena of fake news and fact-free assertions taking aim at the Cadiz water project. In communications throughout the state, those fighting this project have painted it as being on federal land,

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Cadiz Inc. Closes Public Offering of Common Stock and Sr. Debt Refinancing

Transactions Raise over $10 Million in Working Capital and Extend Maturity of Sr. Debt December 6, 2016 (LOS ANGELES, CA GlobeNewswire) – Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI) (“Cadiz” or the “Company”) is pleased to report that it has closed a public offering and debt refinancing in two separate transactions that will enable the Company to fully execute its

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Congress should fix regulation halting Cadiz project, others: Guest commentary

Congress should fix regulation halting Cadiz project, others: Guest commentary By Rocco Davis San Bernardino Sun Saturday, November 26, 2016 When it comes to the future of the American West, few things are as important as fundamental infrastructure. The challenge of fixing all that ails it, after more than a generation of neglect, is daunting.

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CA Water News Daily: California Chamber of Commerce provides support to Cadiz Water Project

Cadiz Inc. has announced that the company’s Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage Project (Cadiz Water Project), based in California’s high desert, has earned the support of the California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber), the state’s largest business advocacy group. The Cadiz Water Project is a public-private partnership with local water providers to deliver a new, reliable

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CalChamber Magazine: CalChamber Backs Efforts to Diversify California Water Supply Sources

Two approaches to boosting the water available to California recently earned the support of the California Chamber of Commerce. In keeping with CalChamber policy of supporting a comprehensive solution to the state’s chronic water shortage, the CalChamber Water Committee voted to support: a project to intercept and conserve billions of gallons of groundwater beneath the

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Regulators all wet on Cadiz project

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/project-727189-stranger-frustrating.html OC REGISTER | Southern California News Group Editorial  It has been a long, costly, frustrating road for the Cadiz Water Project — and now the trip has gotten even stranger. The project has already had to navigate burdensome, byzantine regulations at the state and federal levels and a number of legal challenges.  Now it

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Company Update: Documents Reflect Bias in BLM’s Cadiz Water Project Right-of-Way Determination

As previously reported, in October 2015, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued a non-binding guidance letter (October guidance) opining that the Cadiz Water Project’s proposed use of a railroad right-of-way for its water pipeline did not originate from a railroad purpose and would therefore be considered outside the scope of the original railroad

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Appellate Court Affirms Cadiz Project’s Environmental Approvals

Journal of Water By Dr. Rod Smith June 30, 2016 On May 10, the Fourth Appellate District in California’s Court of Appeal affirmed all six decisions by an Orange County Superior Court validating the environmental approvals for the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage Project. “We are extremely grateful for the Appellate Court opinion

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Company update: US House of Representatives passes FY2017 House Interior Appropriations Bill

Bill includes Language Addressing Scope of Railroad Right-of-way over federal lands On July 14, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the fiscal year 2017 Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill (H.R.5538), which includes annual funding for the Department of the Interior, the Environmental Protection Agency, the US Forest Service, and various related agencies, including the

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Sweeping Legal Victories for Cadiz Water Project Stand

NO REVIEW FORTHCOMING FROM CALIFORNIA STATE SUPREME COURT PROJECT FULLY CERTIFIED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT LOS ANGELES, CA – Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ:CDZI] (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the available time period for further review of administrative decisions and judicial opinions validating the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage

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Company Update – Congressional Efforts to Clarify the Scope of 1875 Act Railroad Right-of-Ways

For the first time, last week, the United States House Committee on Appropriations has included language in the Interior, Environment & Related Agencies Appropriations Bill that would clarify the scope of railroad rights-of-way.   In October 2015, the Director of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s (DOI) Bureau of Land Management (BLM) California Office issued a

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San Bernardino Sun: It’s Time to Build Cadiz Water project | OP-ED, by Mayor Frank Ury

On May 10, a California Court of Appeal upheld an earlier Superior Court dismissal of litigation challenging the Cadiz Water Project. The Cadiz, Inc. plan to conserve water that’s currently evaporating in the Mojave Desert would deliver new water to our communities in south Orange County as well as five other Southern California counties. After

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Desert Sun: Feinstein off the mark | Letter to the Editor, by Wes May

Feinstein off the mark Letter to the Editor, Desert Sun In response to Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s comments in Ian James’ recent article: “Plan to pump water from Mojave survives court challenges,” it must be clearly stated, the Cadiz Water Project has not “bypassed” federal environmental review. There is no federal permitting nexus. Co-locating infrastructure in

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News: California Court of Appeal Upholds Cadiz Water Project Approvals, Media Coverage

California Court Upholds Cadiz Water Project in Mojave Desert California Water News Daily, staff writer The California 4th District Court of Appeal ruled earlier this week in favor of upholding six lower court decisions validating the Cadiz Water Project’s proposal to deliver an average of 50,000 acre feet of conserved, renewable desert groundwater to communities throughout

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News: California court upholds large urban water transfer

By Elliot Spagat Associated Press SAN DIEGO (AP) — A California appeals court on Tuesday upheld plans for a large transfer of Mojave Desert groundwater to homes and businesses in Southern California. The ruling by a three-judge panel in Santa Ana moves urban districts a step closer to getting up to 75,000 acre feet of

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News: Cadiz water project in Mojave Desert wins big in Appellate Court

By Jim Steinberg, The Sun Cadiz Inc. won a decisive courtroom victory Tuesday for its plans to transfer ancient groundwater in a remote part of San Bernardino County’s Mojave Desert to parts of Orange County and other locations. California’s Fourth District Court of Appeal in Santa Ana upheld six lower court decisions dealing with various governmental

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NEWS: CALIFORNIA COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS WATER PROJECT’S ENVIRONMENT APPROVALS

3-Judge Panel Unanimously Affirms all 6 Rulings of the Lower Court  LOS ANGELES, CA – Today Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ:CDZI] (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) is pleased to report that this morning the California Court of Appeals has issued a ruling affirming Orange County Superior Court’s six judgements validating the approvals for the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery

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Press Release: Cadiz Inc. Announces $10 Million Convertible Note Financing

April 26, 2016 (Los Angeles, CA) (via GlobeNewswire) – Cadiz Inc. (the “Company”, NASDAQ: CDZI) announced today that it has entered into convertible note purchase agreements with new and existing investors (“Investors”) in a private placement offering pursuant to which the Company will issue $10 million in aggregate principal and accrued interest of its March 2020 convertible

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WSJ: Trying to Get Water to California but Torpedoed by Regulators

The Obama administration and Dianne Feinstein keep blocking a private project to aid the still-parched state.   April 8, 2016   Wall Street Journal   By ALLYSIA FINLEY Although El Niño has increased the snowpack in the Sierra Nevadas, the Golden State’s historic drought isn’t over. Yet the Obama administration has decided to block a privately

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Opinion: Deal with the drought or just keep suing?

March 31, 2016 OC Register/ Riverside Press Enterprise A recent statewide public opinion survey found that Californians rank water supply and the drought as top concerns facing the state – above the economy, education, immigration and every other issue. We’ve responded by removing lawns and taking shorter showers – even praying for a robust El

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News: Cadiz Water Project Update – Court of Appeals Hearing Held

On March 23, 2016 oral argument was held in the six appeals of the 2014 trial court decisions upholding the environmental review and approval of the Cadiz Water Project. A three judge panel of the California Court of Appeals, Fourth District heard the oral argument by the parties. A final ruling by the panel is

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Press Release : Cadiz Completes Arrangements for Expanded Agricultural Development at its Mojave Desert Property

Investments by New Agricultural Partners Will Advance Water Supply Infrastructure Development for Irrigated Acreage and Cadiz Water Project  Initial $12 Million Payment Enables Extension and Reduction of Company’s Mortgage Debt (Los Angeles, CA) (via GlobeNewswire) – Cadiz Inc. (the “Company”, NASDAQ: CDZI) announced today that it has completed arrangements with agricultural partner Fenner Valley Farms,

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News: Cadiz Statement on Potential Mojave Trails National Monument Designation

It has been reported recently that President Obama may soon exercise his powers under the 110 year-old Antiquities Act to designate National Monuments in the Southern California Desert at the urging of Senator Dianne Feinstein. Included in the proposal is the Mojave Trails National Monument, which will cover nearly 1 million acres of the eastern Mojave Desert

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California Congressional Representatives Encourage BLM to reconsider its controversial Cadiz pipeline guidance

By California Water News Daily on January 15, 2016 Before leaving Washington for Christmas break, nine Members of Congress sent a letter to Neil Kornze, the Director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), encouraging him to reconsider the agency’s recent guidance regarding the Cadiz Water Project. On October 2nd, 2015, the California Office of the BLM

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Update: Letter Sent to Bureau of Land Management Director from Bipartisan Group of Congressional Representatives Protesting Cadiz Water Project Guidance

1.6.16 – On December 21, 2015, nine Congressional representatives from California joined in a written request for reconsideration of the US Bureau of Land Management’s (“BLM”) October 2015 preliminary Cadiz Water Project guidance, which rejected the Project’s proposed use of an existing railroad right-of-way for its conveyance pipeline. The written request, which characterizes the guidance

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News: Cadiz Inc. Announces Agreements with Senior Lenders and Convertible Note Holders to Extend Maturities of Existing Debt

Agreements Extend Maturity of Existing Convertible Debt to March 2020 and Gains Right to Extend First Mortgage to June 2017 (Los Angeles, CA) (via GlobeNewswire) – Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI) (“Cadiz”, “the Company”) is pleased to announce today that it has entered into an agreement with its senior lenders, including MSD Credit Opportunity Master Fund, L.P., (“Senior

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The Weekly Standard: Riders on the Storm

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/riders-storm_1060864.html

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LinkedIn: We Prefer to Waste Water.

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Otay Water District Board authorizes General Manager to negotiate Cadiz Project participation

11.5.15 – On November 3, 2015, the Board of the Otay Water District, a publicly-owned water, recycled water and sewer service provider in southeastern San Diego County, California, voted to authorize its general manager to enter into a Letter of Intent with Cadiz Inc. to purchase 5,000 acre-feet of water per year from the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation,

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San Bernardino Sun: guest Commentary- BLM Undermines Confidence with Cadiz Decision

Read more: http://www.sbsun.com/opinion/20151016/california-blm-undermines-confidence-with-cadiz-decision-guest-commentary

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News: October 2015 Water Project Status

October 2015 Water Project Status Update Cadiz Inc.                                                                        10.16.15 — Following the United States Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) issuance of a guidance determination that a water pipeline for human consumption was not within the scope of the Arizona & California Railroad right-of-way, the Company is undertaking the following actions. Obtaining further clarification on BLM’s

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HydroWonk Blog: The Bureau of Land Management Needs a Legal Education

http://hydrowonk.com/blog/2015/10/15/the-bureau-of-land-managements-california-staff-needs-a-legal-education-concerning-the-proposed-cadiz-valley-water-conservation-recovery-storage-project/

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Press Release: Cadiz Inc. Announces Guidance from U.S. Bureau of Land Management Regarding Cadiz Water Project’s Proposed Use of a Railroad ROW

Los Angeles, CA (BusinessWire) — Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI) (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) announced today that it has indirectly received a copy of correspondence dated October 2, 2015 addressed to the Company from the California State Director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (“BLM”) related to the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project’s

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Press Release: Cadiz Inc. to Present at Rodman & Renshaw 17th Annual Global Investment Conference

Los Angeles, September 8, 2015 (GlobeNewswire) – Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI), a California land and water resources development company, is pleased to announce that Scott Slater, the Company’s President and CEO, will make a presentation tomorrow at the 17th Annual Rodman & Renshaw Global Investment Conference being held at the St. Regis Hotel in New

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Press Release: Eleven Amicus Curiae Briefs Filed in Support of the Cadiz Water Project

NGOs, local government groups, labor, construction trades and water agencies apply to file amicus “friends of the court” briefs with the California Court of Appeals in support of project’s trial court victory 08.31.15. Los Angeles, CA (GlobeNewswire) – Today Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI) is pleased to announce that the Cadiz Valley Water, Conservation, Recovery &

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Press Release: Cadiz Inc. Announces New Water Project Support from Southern California Local Elected Officials

8.6.15 – LOS ANGELES, CA (BusinessWire) – Southern California land and water resources development company Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI) (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) announced today that it has received several new endorsements from local elected officials in support of the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage Project (“Cadiz Water Project”). The Cadiz Water Project is

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Press Release: Cadiz, Inc. ATEC Systems Associates, Inc. and CH2M Execute Strategic Alliance Agreement to Provide Treatment for Chromium-6 in Drinking Water Sources

Los Angeles, CA (Business Wire) – Today, Southern California land and water resources development company Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI) (“Cadiz”, the “Company”), water treatment company ATEC Systems Associates, Inc. (“ATEC”) and international engineering firm CH2M (“CH2M”) announced the execution of a strategic alliance agreement for the expanded use of an innovative California Division of Drinking

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New Report Concludes Capacity Readily Available in the Colorado River Aqueduct for Conveying Cadiz Project Water

(Business Wire) Los Angeles, CA – Today Cadiz Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of a new report prepared by Southern California economic consulting firm Stratecon Inc. that comprehensively analyzes the probability of capacity in the Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) to convey water made available by the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation Recovery & Storage Project (Cadiz Water

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Cadiz Inc. and Lucid Energy Inc. Enter Joint Venture to Provide Hydropower to Arizona & California Railroad

(Business Wire) Los Angeles, CA – The ARZC operates a shortline railroad that originates in Cadiz, California and runs to Matthie, Arizona near Phoenix.  Due to the remote nature of sections of the ARZC route, the railroad desires cost-effective and routine access to power for its operations, including potential transloading at a siding location in

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Cadiz Water Project Earns Support of California Congresswoman

(Business Wire) Los Angeles, CA – Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ: CDZI), a California land and water resources development company, is pleased to announce that it has posted a new letter from United States Representative Mimi Walters (R-Irvine) in support of the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage Project (“Cadiz Water Project”) to its website at http://cadizinc.com/projectsupport/ .

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Cadiz Water Project Endorsed by Los Angeles County Business Federation

(Business Wire) Los Angeles, CA – Today Cadiz Inc. [NASDAQ:CDZI] (“Cadiz”, the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Los Angeles County Business Federation (“BizFed”), a grassroots alliance of more than 135 local business groups, voted at its May 19, 2015 Board meeting to support the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project (“Cadiz

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