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  • Apr 24, 2015

    California agriculture-drought complaints just don’t hold water

    The California almond industry continues to be challenged by mainstream media and others for its water use in a state trying to keep its – uh – head above water during the fourth consecutive year of drought. It’s not just almonds under public scrutiny but California agriculture as a whole. Those wearing the ‘almond hat’ can certainly share ‘lids’ with the western alfalfa industry which gets regular jabs for water used to grow feed for dairy cows to produce milk, ice cream, and other dairy products....More
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