With California’s water resources drying up, struggling farmers are being hit hardest by drought. In a move to ameliorate the conditions, Governor Schwarzenegger called for more water aid in the afflicted areas.
“We recognize the specific impacts that will accrue to farmers, farmworkers, industries and local economies; and that can affect the state and national economy,” Lester Snow, director of the California Department of Water Resources, said in a conference call with the San Fransisco Chronicle.
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Source : San Fransisco Chronicle
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