Below Mount Shasta, a fight burbles over bottled water

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Below Mount Shasta, a fight burbles over bottled water

Selling water to Nestlé, Crystal Geyser and others could strain aquifers
Mount Shasta, seen from California Highway 89 near McCloud, California.
Nestlé’s decade-old effort to open a plant in Cascade Locks, on the Columbia River in Oregon, failed in October, when Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, D, halted a critical exchange of water rights.
Spring water from Little Herman Creek pours out of the hillside at in Cascade Locks, Oregon.

Below Mount Shasta, a fight burbles over bottled water

Mount Shasta, seen from California Highway 89 near McCloud, California.
Nestlé’s decade-old effort to open a plant in Cascade Locks, on the Columbia River in Oregon, failed in October, when Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, D, halted a critical exchange of water rights.
Spring water from Little Herman Creek pours out of the hillside at in Cascade Locks, Oregon.
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