California water officials are telling Nestlé to "cease and desist" taking the millions of gallons of water it pipes out of the San Bernardino National Forest to sell as Arrowhead brand bottled
water. “The order, which must be approved by the California Water Resources Control Board, caps years of regulatory probes and a public outcry over the company’s water pipeline in the San
Bernardino Mountains, where opponents argue that siphoning away water harms spring-fed Strawberry Creek and the wildlife that depends on it,” per The Palm Springs Desert Sun.
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