Captured storm runoff is used to irrigate an almond orchard Jan. 19, 2016, at the Paradise Road farm of Nick Blom, a board member for the Modesto Irrigation District.
Captured storm runoff is used to irrigate an almond orchard Jan. 19, 2016, at the Paradise Road farm of Nick Blom, a board member for the Modesto Irrigation District. Joan Barnett Lee Modesto Bee file
Captured storm runoff is used to irrigate an almond orchard Jan. 19, 2016, at the Paradise Road farm of Nick Blom, a board member for the Modesto Irrigation District. Joan Barnett Lee Modesto Bee file

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