Matt Black

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California’s Central Valley, the powerhouse of the state’s agriculture industry, is now under assault from the drought.

The Central Valley: Dry Despair

California’s Central Valley, the powerhouse of the state’s agriculture industry, is now under assault from the drought.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California’s Central Valley, the powerhouse of the state’s agriculture industry, is now under assault from the drought.

The Central Valley, Part One: Dry Despair

California’s Central Valley, the powerhouse of the state’s agriculture industry, is now under assault from the drought.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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