For California AG today, I'm Mike Stephens. We continue with Congressman Doug LaMalfa. He serves in the U.S. House of Representatives District one of California. He followed up with how California could increase water storage by improving existing reservoirs and building new by having the reservoirs at capacity. The state could have five years of water storage. We have possibilities of adding more water supply to our states. We could raise the Shasta Dam. You could raise it 18 feet and augment by about six hundred and thirty thousand acre feet of additional water supply when you fill the lake. Also, another one called Sight's Reservoir. That would mean up to one point five million acre feet of water that could be stored there when you fill that project and those chunks of water would go a long way towards helping to keep the crops going as well as people's needs in cities as low as the lakes are getting right now. Lake Shasta, Lake Oroville, Folsom, San Luis Reservoir, where water is transferred to after having been pumped through the delta. Except they can't because the state pumps in the federal pumps are hardly running because they think they're helping the Delta Smelt. The reservoirs are all full. We can go up to five years if we're not wasting the water on biological things that don't make sense. We need to do a lot more to augment our water supply so we can keep growing the crops and have an economy, a domestically grown product that is high quality that people enjoy and they won't know they're missing it until you can't get it.