Every Last Drop: California producers work to preserve water as drought continues

California producers are working to find ways to preserve every last drop of water as the devastating drought drags on.

California Ag Net shares more about what one irrigation district is doing that could prove to be a model for the rest of the state.

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As drought lingers, producers should look at doing this to retain water






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