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The Butte County Office of Emergency Management applied for a $17 million grant from the state to help fund projects and mitigate the impact of the drought in Northern California. The money will go towards long-term projects to help the community be more drought resistant. Butte County Office of Emergency Services Deputy Administrative Officer Josh Jimerfield said it’s put together a plan with three different components, including immediate action on programs like water hauling, temporary tank programs and bottled water, as well as education and outreach.