Posted: 01/31/14 EST | Updated: 01/31/14 ESTCalifornia had record low rainfall in 2013. It was potentially the driest year in the last 500 years, according to tree rings, and dry weather is expected to last through 2014. The state's $44.7 billion agriculture industry may take a significant hit, and prices for foods that are water-intensive to produce -- such as beef, milk, and tomatoes -- might start reflecting California's water woes.
If You Like To Eat, You Should Really Be Worried About California's Drought
Alissa Scheller | Huffington Post
Posted: 01/31/14 EST | Updated: 01/31/14 EST
Infographic by Alissa Scheller for the Huffington Post.
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