Scott Seus

farmer and owner of Seus Family Farms

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With a severe drought and extreme temperatures, farmland looks drastically different across California right now.

California farmers are feeling the heat as crippling drought persists

With a severe drought and extreme temperatures, farmland looks drastically different across California right now.

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