Florencia Ramirez

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Water is part of nearly every aspect of the farm-to-table supply chain. So how can people eat food that takes less water to grow, clean and prepare?

'Eat Less Water': How your diet can have a big impact on water use and waste

Water is part of nearly every aspect of the farm-to-table supply chain. So how can people eat food that takes less water to grow, clean and prepare?

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Oxnard-based author Florencia Ramirez thinks conserving water doesn’t start with taking shorter showers, but with looking at the foods we eat.

Eating less water could help end the drought

Oxnard-based author Florencia Ramirez thinks conserving water doesn’t start with taking shorter showers, but with looking at the foods we eat.

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