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2015 Drought's Direct Costs to California Agriculture: $1.84 billion

Last Updated by Jim Trotter on

Although California is in the fourth year of punishing drought – with the last two years being among the hottest and driest on record a new analysis by the University of California shows surprising resilience in the state’s agricultural economy to go along with eye-popping losses.

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