In Drought-Stricken California, How Much Water Does Agriculture Use?

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Agriculture consumes about 40 percent of the state's water, or 80 percent of water available for human use. Critics question the viability of growing water-intensive crops like almonds and rice, but others argue the state's water woes are too complex to pin on a single industry. In the first installment ...Read More

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