Coffee farming in California has been something unheard of—an anomaly at most—as coffee is traditionally grown in tropical, humid climates throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa. But [Chris] Bailey is part of an emerging group of growers who in recent years have been populating the state’s southern region under a brand named FRINJ coffee. … At the same time, the entire state is currently plagued by water scarcity …
- Pacific Legal Foundation: Blog – Why is it so hard to be a California farmer?
- The Californian: Monterey County agriculture industry aims to address production issues