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    Proposition 1 water bond a step forward for California agriculture

    Individual farmers and ranchers living through California’s drought crisis understand the real economic impact of the last three years of minute precipitation on the state’s $42 billion food, fiber, and fuel industry. This year, producers have experienced evaporating watering holes, witnessed the removal of highly productive citrus trees yanked from the drought-cracked soil, made tough fallowed land decisions for annual crops, and nut trees which have weathered better years, water wise....More
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  • Oct 9, 2014

    Are long-range weather forecasts getting better?

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  • Oct 6, 2014

    Will California rainy season begin by Halloween?

    Private weather forecasting firm has good track record of long-range prognostications....More
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