George Goshgarian farms an almond orchard where he’s been applying water to the trees to help recharge the aquifer Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, in Fresno, Calif. The almond industry, along with University of California scientists, is studying how to increase groundwater recharge through open field flooding.
George Goshgarian farms an almond orchard where he’s been applying water to the trees to help recharge the aquifer Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, in Fresno, Calif. The almond industry, along with University of California scientists, is studying how to increase groundwater recharge through open field flooding. Gary Kazanjian GARY KAZANJIAN
George Goshgarian farms an almond orchard where he’s been applying water to the trees to help recharge the aquifer Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015, in Fresno, Calif. The almond industry, along with University of California scientists, is studying how to increase groundwater recharge through open field flooding. Gary Kazanjian GARY KAZANJIAN

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