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❝ When Bart Fisher returned home from college in 1972, his family’s alfalfa fields outside Blythe in California’s southeastern desert produced 7 tons of alfalfa per acre.
The Town of Oliver and the B.C. government recently spent about $1 million to fix a damaged irrigation pipe that helped supply water to thousands of acres of orchards, vineyards and ground crops in the Oliver area. 113 more words
ELK RIDGE CITY, Utah — Thousands are stuck worrying where their water will be coming from during the next few weeks after an equipment failure took out Elk Ridge City’s main water supply. 337 more words
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❝ The water level in Lake Mead — the United States’ largest reservoir that serves as a source of water for over 20 million people — has dropped to an all-time low, the U.S.