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Outdoor recreation has been an $85 billion industry in California — but this year is different. From Mexico to the Oregon border, the drought is taking a toll.

How is the Drought Affecting Tourism in California?

Outdoor recreation has been an $85 billion industry in California — but this year is different. From Mexico to the Oregon border, the drought is taking a toll.

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