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  June 24, 2015 Subscribe   The editors of Beef Today comb the Internet to discover news cattle producers can use By Greg Henderson and FriendsKrazy Kalifornia Kutback Korrections Golden State citizens are uniting in shared pain and collective solutions to meet the challenges of the continuing drought that state suffers.
Well, sort of:
— Surrounded by suburbanites painting their lawns green to replace grass browned out by watering bans.
— Makers of personal hygiene products and medical cleaners that allow people to keep clean without the use of water has led to speculation California is undergoing a dramatic shift away from daily showers. .
— On the urging of environmental activists like Greywater Action, plumbing systems in more than a million California homes that drain used water untreated into lakes and streams have now been granted legal status by drought-induced building code changes making such grey-water systems legal. The next frontier, according to Greywater Action? Composting toilets. (Trust us, folks, we farmers who have passing acquaintance with those can attest they're not all they're cracked up to be.)
All hail to the red, white and brown
(CBS San Fransisco)

Let's shower less together, California (Bloomberg)
Where the water's only a little dirty
(Greywater Action)

Let's recycle that shower, shall we?
(St. Louis Today)

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Death by animal (Washington Post)
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