Louis Sahagun

staff writer for the LA Times

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staff writer for the LA Times

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As California faces the prospect of another drought, farmers in the San Joaquin Valley are questioning the future of agriculture in the state.

With another drought, San Joaquin Valley farmers question their future

As California faces the prospect of another drought, farmers in the San Joaquin Valley are questioning the future of agriculture in the state.

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Gold prices have been on the rise, reaching a record high of $2,060 per ounce in August 2020.

Gold mining near Death Valley draws opposition from native tribes and environmentalists

Gold prices have been on the rise, reaching a record high of $2,060 per ounce in August 2020.

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The famed crystal clear water of Lake Tahoe has become a lot less clear over the years. There are lots of suspects: algae, runoff, fertilizer, erosion.

Lake Tahoe's water is getting murky...because of shrimp?

The famed crystal clear water of Lake Tahoe has become a lot less clear over the years. There are lots of suspects: algae, runoff, fertilizer, erosion.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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