What California farmers can learn from Israel
California produces half of America’s fruits, nuts and vegetables. But now that the state is in its fourth year of drought, it’s looking at more water-efficient ways to grow food. Maybe it should look to Israel.
Image: Shahar Caspi of Oregon House, California, with his two pigs ‘Ava’ and ‘Adamo’. The native Israeli wants to use the pigs for biodynamic farming. Credit: Andrew Nixon/ Capital Public Radio