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nmda past twenty five years vintners in california's central coast have literally been turning water into wine at incredible race number vineyards in the paso robles area growing almost five fold since the nineteen nineties , but california's record dry spell may be about to break that economic miracle british correspondent lisa bart line has been investigating the crisis right now throughout many areas are , calling for the creation of local agencies regulating in my , assumption that many longtime pass a robust residents worry that money in political connections will help some new landowners get sympathetic board members elected and eventually hijack local water infrastructure projects to their benefit is important because most of california new major agricultural areas are now reliant very very reliant on groundwater so this battle in the difficulty there having coming to an agreement about how to manage their groundwater , it's sort of a test case for the rest of the state one report projected that the water drawn from the pasarelas basin would exceed that going in by one point eight billion gallons annually between twenty twelve and twenty forty