Water & Drought

February 21, 2015 5:38 PM

Vanishing water, fewer jobs, but still hope in the Central Valley

The ongoing drought in California not only parches farms, it kills jobs and makes the future an open-ended question for those farmers and laborers who depend on water. They pray for rain, help and, possibly, a different way of life.

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