Daniel Sumner

UC Davis

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Daniel Sumner on KCRW

President Trump revived tariffs today on steel and aluminum imports from Mexico, Canada and the European Union.

How does the international tariffs dispute affect California agriculture?

President Trump revived tariffs today on steel and aluminum imports from Mexico, Canada and the European Union.

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About 80% of water in California goes to agriculture. It’s a number that has been spotlighted as the state grapples with how to reduce water usage.

Farming and the Drought

About 80% of water in California goes to agriculture. It’s a number that has been spotlighted as the state grapples with how to reduce water usage.

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