Irrigated fields in the Westlands Water District border Interstate 5 and the parched Diablo Range beyond, west of Tranquillity on the Valley’s west side. Westlands is a formidable political force bent on keeping water flowing to agriculture.
Irrigated fields in the Westlands Water District border Interstate 5 and the parched Diablo Range beyond, west of Tranquillity on the Valley’s west side. Westlands is a formidable political force bent on keeping water flowing to agriculture. DAMON WINTER New York Times File/2015
Irrigated fields in the Westlands Water District border Interstate 5 and the parched Diablo Range beyond, west of Tranquillity on the Valley’s west side. Westlands is a formidable political force bent on keeping water flowing to agriculture. DAMON WINTER New York Times File/2015

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