Climate change will continue to dry out California. Could fruit and veggie farming find a home in the Cotton Belt?
Harvard University’s endowment fund bought 10,000 acres in the famed Paso Robles wine region.
It takes a gallon of water to produce one almond. And that’s not the most insane fact about the hedge-fund-fueled race to plant thirsty trees in the middle of a catastrophic drought.
Just how bad is California’s water shortage? Really, really bad, according to these maps.
Late-summer 2014 has brought uncomfortable news for residents of the U.S. Southwest — and I’m not just talking about 109-degree heat.
Water down and package a food that’s perfectly fine as is? That’s just nuts.
The takeaway on food from the National Climate Assessment: As the temperature goes up, crop yields will go down.
Here’s why the agricultural industry’s response to water shortages may be a recipe for disaster.