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Tourism Destinations in California Adjust to Drought

The ongoing drought and new limitations on water use are leading tourist destinations to step up conservation measures and deal with a landscape whose waters have been drying up.

Floaters splash and stay cool at "Rockin' the River-Live on the Trinity", a free event sponsored by the Trinity River Vision.

The ongoing drought and new limitations on water use are leading tourist destinations to step up conservation measures and deal with a landscape whose waters have been drying up. In places like Disneyland, which already recycles much of its water, visitor arrivals have apparently not slowed, while the state's natural wonders, like Yosemite National Park, are emphasizing attractions that don't involve water. (The New York Times)

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