With another year freshly underway, California continues to look at a devastating drought. In a recent aerial study, the effects of the California drought has been brought to light specifically concerning the forests of California.

The LA Times recently highlighted that the drought has adversely affected the forests to an alarming degree. The study indicates that nearly 58 million trees are dead or in the process of dying due to the lack of water.

Nearly every forest in the state of California has suffered in this 6-year drought. Even home owners in the state have begun suffering significant domestic tree loss due to the lack of water.

The California drought serves to highlight the force of nature that is our environment. With global warming and climate change being cited as a cause for this drought, everyone can see the need for eco-friendly measures to ensure a better tomorrow.

Whether it is solar, water conservation or wind power, everyone need to do their part to ensure a renewable, green future.