It’s easy to treat California’s drought as a weather-induced problem, but when you travel through the Central Valley, you’ll find another analysis.
Researchers from UC Davis flooded rice paddies on a 1,700-acre farm and converted the fields into wetland fish habitat, much like the vast marshlands that once covered the state's inland valleys during the winter. The amazing results? More fish survived than normally do and they are bigger than ever!
In this video, Congressman Devin Nunes fights to gain federal recognition of the San Joaquin Valley's water crisis.