A third year of drought has caused widespread impacts throughout the Sacramento Valley, taking a toll on our rural agricultural communities and our environment.
A third straight year of drought has caused a significant shift for businesses throughout the Sacramento Valley, with rice mills, dryers, ag pilots, supply companies, truckers and even local restaurants being impacted
The ripple effects from the drought are widespread, especially in rural agricultural communities. Hear the biggest threats our allied businesses face and what could be done for the future.
For all of the high-tech advancements California is famous for, one part of the state’s infrastructure – providing enough water for its environment, cities and farms – is lacking.
From limited surface water supplies, to new technology for growers and what’s necessary during a drought. RD 108 General Manager Lewis Bair gives his perspective