FYI, many of the large golf courses in California use reclaimed water (i.e.
clean sewer water)to water their courses. This is water that would normally be
sent down the drain to the ocean. Instead the water is used to irrigate the
courses. The water delivery system to get the water from the treatment plant to
the course is paid by the owners of the course (usually members of the
community)not the city. The water the course uses is bought from the sewer
district. Since the reclaimed water is only good for irrigation and not
drinking, everyone wins.If the courses aren't using recycled
water, let them pay the going rate (the capitalist way to solve a problem). BTW
it takes enough water to fill an Olympic pool to process~1,200 lbs of walnuts or
~2,200 lbs of almonds.