California farmers are putting water back into the earth to alleviate drought headaches

Water districts and farmers in California are finding creative ways to help mitigate the effects of severe drought by putting water back into the earth.

California AgNet spoke with a water district representative about the process behind it.

Related:

California Farmer: Looking for more drought-tolerant options

No Water, No Hay: What farmers are battling out West from the drought

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