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Today on Your Call: How are California farmers responding to drought?
On today's Your Call, we’ll continue our series of discussions related to California’s current drought, by looking at how agriculture uses and manages water. Nearly half of California’s land is devoted to agriculture-- both animal grazing and crops. And farmers use 80% of the state’s developed water. How is agriculture changing in the face of the drought? How can we prepare for a drier future without hurting this critical sector of the California economy? Join the conversation on the next Your Call with Rose Aguilar and You.
Doug Parker, director of California Institute for Water Resources
Mike Wade, executive director of the California Farm Water Coalition
Joe Del Bosque, life-long farmer and owner of Del Bosque Farms in the San Joaquin Valley
Karen Sweet, cattle rancher in Livermore
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