Glenda Humiston

United States Department of Agriculture

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Director of Rural Development for the United States Department of Agriculture

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Yesterday's  climate change report  from the Obama White House focuses, in part on California—and it's not all about floods, fires, erosion and rising sea levels.

The New Climate Change Report and California Agriculture

Yesterday's climate change report from the Obama White House focuses, in part on California—and it's not all about floods, fires, erosion and rising sea levels.

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