One orange remains after Justin Brown had to bulldoze his citrus trees in Tulare County in April. The Environmental Defense Fund says if more farmers fallowed fields and there was other water sharing, it would ease California’s drought.
One orange remains after Justin Brown had to bulldoze his citrus trees in Tulare County in April. The Environmental Defense Fund says if more farmers fallowed fields and there was other water sharing, it would ease California’s drought. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file
One orange remains after Justin Brown had to bulldoze his citrus trees in Tulare County in April. The Environmental Defense Fund says if more farmers fallowed fields and there was other water sharing, it would ease California’s drought. Renée C. Byer Sacramento Bee file

‘Paper dams’ are blocking state water sharing

December 15, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED December 16, 2015 12:00 AM

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