Nestled in the hills north of San Francisco lies a tiny microclimate where farmers grow apples with no irrigation at all. The multi-year drought that besets California? Not here. Sunburn? Not typically a problem. Those uber heat waves that baked the West Coast this summer? They skipped western Sonoma County.
- Western Farm Press: Universities work to secure water for ag, ecosystems
- Marketplace: What does California’s drought mean for the rest of the US?