Marin County farmers rush to save water as drought predicted to stretch into 2023

Matt Dolkas - MALT

By Matt Dolkas, Senior Manager, Marketing

July 29, 2022

With California and the U.S. West squared firmly in drought into November per federal authorities, one Marin County agricultural program is taking shape to help farmers deal with the consequences.

On July 1, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a report in which climate and fire weather experts said a persistent ocean current temperature pattern called La Niña lasting through the year will keep Western states, in particular the coastal region, in drought conditions.

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