Irrigation water runs along a dried-up ditch between rice farms in Richvale last year. State officials are considering additional cutbacks for farm districts as the drought continues.
Irrigation water runs along a dried-up ditch between rice farms in Richvale last year. State officials are considering additional cutbacks for farm districts as the drought continues. Jae C. Hong Associated Press file
Irrigation water runs along a dried-up ditch between rice farms in Richvale last year. State officials are considering additional cutbacks for farm districts as the drought continues. Jae C. Hong Associated Press file

California farmers in line for more drought cutbacks

May 11, 2015 1:07 PM

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