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  • Farmers use peak river flows to recharge groundwater, fight drought

    Grower Don Cameron explains how flooding fields will replace drip irrigation and help restore the flood plain to its natural state. It is one of the way California farmers are trying to plan for future drought conditions. Cameron was named farmer of the year by the Fresno Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017.

Farmers use peak river flows to recharge groundwater, fight drought

Grower Don Cameron explains how flooding fields will replace drip irrigation and help restore the flood plain to its natural state. It is one of the way California farmers are trying to plan for future drought conditions. Cameron was named farmer of the year by the Fresno Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017.
Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee