Growers: How can we keep our water?

Outlet: Sacramento Business Journal

April 5, 2013

Storms drenched California in November and December, raising hopes for a record wet season. But after a string of dry months, the state’s $43 billion agricultural industry is now preparing for drought-like conditions. Some think this pattern could become common with the inexorable effects of climate change. That would mean permanent water shortages, particularly if the state doesn’t upgrade its aging water infrastructure.