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/Jorge-Torres-Jersey 1 week 2 days ago #9517

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LOS ANGELES , Feb. 10 (Xinhua) -- Every Thursday and Friday, Ken Hemer and his assistants use six small boats to push a floating dock out of mud under the water and reset it in case it gets stuck.

Last year, when Cachuma Lake contained more water and the water level was tens of feet higher, only one or two boats were needed to help Hemer accomplish the job.

Hemer has run a tackle shop and boat rentals at Cachuma Lake Recreation Area for three and a half years. He has witnessed the drought gradually sucking the water from the lake.

Driving along Chumash Highway, which hugs the side of the lake, people can hardly see the water without sticking their heads out the window.

California's reservoirs are holding only 39 percent of their combined capacity , when typically they should be 64 percent full by this time in winter, according to the California Department of Water Resources.

Cachuma Lake, the source of drinking water for 200,000 people on the southern coast of Santa Barbara County, is seriously shrinking.

California is experiencing its worst drought in a century.
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