Agriculture

March 1, 2014 6:12 PM

Experts: New Stanislaus County orchards to gulp as much groundwater as 480,000 people

The cumulative impact of rapidly expanding almond orchards in eastern Stanislaus County soon may create a massive drain on the region’s groundwater supply.

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