The Water Bond has officially been certified for the November 2018 ballot.
With the Temperance Flat project receiving no state Proposition1 funding, passing the Water Supply and Water Quality Act of 2018 citizen’s initiative water bond has become even more vital for the welfare of the Central Valley and agricultural community. Recognizing the importance and benefits this bond will provide to pistachio growers, the American Pistachio Growers Board of Directors voted to make a $100,000 contribution to the campaign effort for the Water Bond.
Along with the contribution, APG Director of Government Relations Rob Nash continues to be a member of the bond’s Steering Committee, helping to guide the direction of the campaign. For more information on the 2018 Water Bond, please visit waterbond.org.