An almond grove near Winters. Falling almond prices have depressed farmland values in parts of the Central Valley.
An almond grove near Winters. Falling almond prices have depressed farmland values in parts of the Central Valley. Shawn Hubler Sacramento Bee file
An almond grove near Winters. Falling almond prices have depressed farmland values in parts of the Central Valley. Shawn Hubler Sacramento Bee file

The value of Central Valley farmland is falling. Here’s why.

October 26, 2016 01:01 PM

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